Author: Miranda Marquit
Miranda Marquit has been covering personal finance for more than 10 years, including aspects of college planning and student loans. She is a recognized money expert and has contributed to numerous media outlets, including Forbes, Marketwatch, NPR, USA Today, Investopedia, and U.S. News & World Report. She lives in Idaho with her teenage son — who she’s just starting to guide through the college selection and admissions process.
High school students have so much on their plates: test prep, testing, volunteering, sports, extra-curriculars, etc., is it too much to expect any of them ... Read More
As teenagers, we feel like the future is open to us. The idea of going into debt isn't scary because the repayment comes years later ... Read More
With tax season underway, understanding what college expenses are tax-deductible for parents — or students — is a big part of long-term planning. From scholarships ... Read More
When you start helping your child apply for college, it quickly becomes clear that you could be looking at spending hundreds of dollars just to ... Read More