Miranda Marquit has been a financial journalist for more than 12 years and is a nationally-recognized financial expert specializing in career, investing, financial planning, and small business topics. She has contributed to, and been quoted by, numerous national and local media outlets, including Forbes, NPR, CNBC, FOX Business, and The Wall Street Journal. She regularly appears on TV, radio, and podcasts to speak about financial topics, as well as speaks at conferences and workshops. Miranda lives in Idaho, where she is working on her MBA — and where she and her son can take full advantage of the outdoor lifestyle.
Thursday, December 23, 2021
As an investor, the goal is to improve the performance of your portfolio and make money through capital gains. However, when you see gains from ... Read more
Friday, November 19, 2021
The private wealth arm of financial services giant Goldman Sachs focuses on providing investment advisory and wealth management services to high net worth individuals, as ... Read more
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