Miranda Marquit

Miranda Marquit has been writing about money for more than 10 years, and is a nationally-recognized financial expert and journalist. She has appeared on Forbes, NPR, CBNC, Yahoo! Finance, and in many other media outlets, online and offline. Her personal finance blog is Planting Money Seeds, and she is a contributor to the Money Tree Investing Podcast. Miranda lives in Idaho with her teenage son and enjoys the outdoors, travel, and reading.

Articles by Miranda Marquit:

07
Jun
Credit One Bank® Cash Back Rewards Credit Card Review

Card Details Monitor your credit score for free. Choose your own due date. Benefits of a Visa credit card, including fraud liability protection and shopping discounts. APR 20.24% – 26.24% Variable. Cash advance APR: 26.24% Variable. Pros Rewards automatically post to your account each month. Customize your account notifications and even your due date. Integrates [&he

Posted in: Credit Cards,
Tags: ptype_review,
04
Jun
Arizona Small Business Loans and Grants

Getting funding isn’t always easy. However, there are Arizona small business and small business loans designed to help you take your business to the next level.

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
Tags: ptype_state,
25
Apr
Secured Personal Loans: What Are the Best Options?

Secured personal loans can be a convenient source of funding when you need money quickly. However, it’s important to be aware of the risks that come with a secured loan.

Posted in: Personal Loan Resources, Personal Loans,
11
Apr
Washington Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Paying for college in Washington can be expensive. There are, however, state-based student loans, scholarships, and grant options that can help.

Posted in: Scholarships, Student Loans,
Tags: ptype_state,
11
Apr
West Virginia Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Paying for college in West Virginia can seem like a daunting task, but you have options. It’s possible to get scholarships, grants, and student loans to help you cover the costs.

Posted in: Scholarships, Student Loans,
Tags: ptype_state,
11
Apr
Virginia Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Attending school in Virginia can get expensive. Few students can afford to just write a check. Here’s how to pay for higher education using student loans, scholarships, and grants.

Posted in: Scholarships, Student Loans,
Tags: ptype_state,
13
Mar
Can You Use a Personal Loan to Go to a Music Festival?

A music festival might be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but the price tag is usually steep. One way to pay your way is with a personal loan — just be careful not to borrow more than what you can afford to repay just for a single weekend or week of fun.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
28
Feb
LendUp Personal Loans Review

LendUp bills itself as a better alternative to traditional payday lenders. Its products are aimed at those with bad credit looking for a loan. However, LendUp offers interest rates that are significantly higher than what you’d pay on traditional bank loans.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
Tags: loan review, ptype_review,
21
Jan
TurboTax Review

TurboTax is one of the best-known software packages for filing taxes. This software is feature-rich, making it ideal for those who have a more complicated tax return, including the self-employed and investors.

Posted in: Taxes,
Tags: ptype_review,
16
Jan
Student Loan Alternatives to Consider

There are student loan alternatives that can reduce the amount of your overall debt when you graduate including scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and more.

Posted in: Scholarships, Student Loans,