Miranda Marquit

Miranda Marquit

Expertise: Personal Finance, Investing
Education: Syracuse University, Utah State University, Executive MBA
Location: Idaho Falls, Idaho


  • Over a decade in personal finance journalism
  • Published in MSN Money, CNBC, Marketwatch, NPR, Forbes, HuffPost, and the Wall Street Journal
  • Co-host of the Money Tree investing podcast


Miranda Marquit has been writing about personal finance and investing since 2006. She's written thousands of articles for prominent media outlets, including The Balance, MSN Money, CNBC, Marketwatch, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal. She's also provided expert content for financial corporations, such as TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, State Farm, John Hancock, and Transamerica.

Miranda specializes in a wide range of personal finance topics, including financial planning, beginning investing, retirement planning, entrepreneurship, and running a home business. In addition to writing, she is a business owner and co-host of the Money Tree Investing Podcast.


Miranda has a master's degree in Journalism from Syracuse University and an executive MBA from Utah State University. She has received a Plutus Award for her work as a freelance contributor.

About The Balance

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