Author Archives: Miranda Marquit

Back to Financial Basics: 5 Money Moves for a Solid Future

Back to Financial Basics: 5 Money Moves for a Solid Future

Financial Literacy Month is a great time to reflect on your situation. No matter where you’re at with your money, reviewing the financial basics can help you stay on track.  This blog post was written as part of a sponsored program for State Farm®. All views expressed are entirely my own, and were not influenced… Continue Reading

What I Learned About Money By Doing My Own Taxes

What I Learned About Money By Doing My Own Taxes

This post is part of the TaxAct #DIYtaxes blog tour which empowers you to take ownership of your finances by doing your own taxes. TaxAct provides the tools and guidance to help you confidently file your taxes easy and fast. Do your own taxes today at TaxAct.com. You got this.  There was a time I did my own… Continue Reading

Tips for Investing in Foreign Currency

Tips for Investing in Foreign Currency

Looking for an alternative investment? Here’s what you need to know about investing in foreign currency. Even though I’m a confirmed indexer, I get a lot of questions from readers about investing in foreign currency. Part of this has to do with the fact that I actually cover the Forex market for one of my… Continue Reading

How to Find the Money to Start Investing

How to Find the Money to Start Investing

You might be surprised at how little it takes to invest. Here’s how to find the money to start investing. Every day I receive email questions from readers. Usually, I fire off a quick response and move on. Sometimes, though, I get a number of questions that are very similar. Recently, the subject of investing… Continue Reading

Save Money on Spring Break

Save Money on Spring Break

Spring break travel can get expensive if you aren’t careful. Here’s how to save money on your trip. Every year about this time college students and families all over the country get ready to go on spring break. Spring break is usually a time for fun and even travel. I have fond memories of my… Continue Reading

How to Use Gold in Your IRA

How to Use Gold in Your IRA

If you’re saving for retirement, it is possible to use gold in your IRA. Here’s how to do it. Even though I’m not a gold bug, I still get questions about using gold as part of an investment portfolio. A recent question from one of my readers is as follows: I’m very interested in investing… Continue Reading

Business Taxes: Do You Need to Issue a 1099-MISC?

Business Taxes: Do You Need to Issue a 1099-MISC?

When it comes to business taxes, do you really need to issue a 1099-MISC to your contractors? Even though it’s March, and I’ve already filed my tax return, I’m still receiving 1099s from some of my clients. As I look through the papers, I am struck by the fact that many of my clients are… Continue Reading

Women and Business:  What You Need to Know About Insurance

Women and Business: What You Need to Know About Insurance

As business owners, it’s important for women entrepreneurs to understand the ins and outs of protecting their assets. This blog post was written as part of a sponsored program for State Farm®. All views expressed are entirely my own, and were not influenced or directed by State Farm. When it comes to women entrepreneurs, you… Continue Reading

Pin It on Pinterest