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Miranda Marquit is a freelance writer and professional blogger specializing in financial topics. She writes about personal and family finance, small business and entrepreneurship, and investing for beginners. Her work appears on numerous financial web sites, including, Yahoo! Finance, Business Insider, MSN Money, U.S. News & World Report, and Wise Bread. Miranda has also covered science and technology for online and offline publications, including Discover magazine. In the past, Miranda’s writing has been linked to from the New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and Consumerist, and she has appeared on American Public Media’s Marketplace. Miranda is the author of Confessions of a Professional Blogger: How I Make Money as an Online Writer and has her own financial blog, Planting Money Seeds.
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