Miranda Marquit's Author Profile and Articles

Miranda MarquitMiranda is a professional personal finance journalist. She is a contributor for several personal finance web sites. Her work has been mentioned in and linked to from, USA Today, The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications. She also has her own personal finance blog: Planting Money Seeds.

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Articles by Miranda Marquit

How Do You Define Financial Success?

How Do You Define Financial Success?

As a society, we tend to view financial success in rather cut and dry ways. Some of the things that we tend to get hung up on when we try for financial success include: big house, […]

DIY Projects: Should You Do It Yourself?

DIY Projects: Should You Do It Yourself?

The idea of doing something yourself is an attractive one. You can save money by taking matters into your own hands. However, before you decide that it’s the best idea to do it yourself, consider whether […]

Do You Need to Pay Quarterly Estimated Taxes?

Do You Need to Pay Quarterly Estimated Taxes?

I have been running my home business for almost six years now. As a result, I am well acquainted with the concept of paying quarterly estimated taxes. Paying quarterly estimated taxes not only keeps the IRS […]

Is Jewelry a Good Investment? Probably Not

Is Jewelry a Good Investment? Probably Not

With the price of gold still relatively high (at least compared to what it was a few years ago), many people think that jewelry could be a good investment. And it doesn’t even have to be […]

CIT Bank Savings Account and CD Options Review

CIT Bank Savings Account and CD Options Review

Most people would be forgiven for thinking that CIT Bank is related to Citibank. However, this is not the case. CIT Bank has been around since 1908, when it was founded as Commercial Investment Trust. Originally, […]

Would You Rather Have Better Perks or a Higher Salary?

Would You Rather Have Better Perks or a Higher Salary?

Many of us wish that we earned more money at our jobs. However, many of us forget about the compensation that can come from the perks of what we do. Money, they tell us, isn’t everything. […]

Prepare for the Next Financial Setback: Cut Back Now

Prepare for the Next Financial Setback: Cut Back Now

One of the big stories during the recession that followed in the aftermath of the global financial crisis was that more and more people were cutting back and turning to frugality. Faced with financial setbacks, like […]

Are these Money Issues Sabotaging Your Relationship?

Are these Money Issues Sabotaging Your Relationship?

We all have our own money personalities and preferences. Indeed, your financial values and habits might even clash on occasion with those of someone with whom you are having a relationship. These differences in money styles […]

Should Couples Combine Their Finances

Should Couples Combine Their Finances

One of the biggest decisions made by couples is whether or not to combine finances. Trying to decide whether or not to pull from a shared pool of money is a big choice to make. When […]

Office Etiquette: 7 Office Faux Pas to Avoid

Office Etiquette: 7 Office Faux Pas to Avoid

It’s true that for the last few years my office has been a dedicated table my house. Or, occasionally, my couch. I do things like fall asleep in the middle of the afternoon, or stay in […]

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