Contributors

Miranda MarquitMiranda Marquit

“Miranda is a freelance writer and professional blogger specializing in financial topics. Her work has appeared in numerous media, online and offline. Her blog is Planting Money Seeds.” Email • Google+ • Twitter

Stephanie HalliganStephanie Halligan

“Stephanie is the founder of The Empowered Dollar, a site dedicated to finances. Stephanie designs school curricula and online games to teach students about smart money management.” Email • Google+ • Twitter

Jeremy ShapiroJeremy Shapiro

“A clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience, Dr. Shapiro is ready to answer questions, offer advice and share strategies to help you
take the stress out of money management.” Ask Dr. Shapiro a Question

Jen SmialekJen Smialek

“Jen is the owner of The Happy Homeowner. She writes about healthy living (one cent at a time). She paid off $14K in credit card debt in under a year and hasn’t looked back since.” Google+ • Twitter • Email

Lindsay KLindsay Meredith

“Lindsay is a high school teacher and personal finance blogger. She lives, works, and plays in the Washington, D.C. area.” Email • Google+ • Twitter

David QuiltyDavid Quilty

“David founded the environmental site The Good Human and has contributed to Money Crashers, TUAW, and Virgin. His work has been featured in The New York Times and on NPR.” Email • Google+ • Twitter

CathyCFO HeadshotCathy CFO

“Cathy is the founder of Chief Family Officer, Officer, where you can get daily updates on the hottest deals, and tips to achieve financial freedom and family bliss.” Email • Twitter

Ron BergerRon Berger

“Ron Berger is the founder of the popular personal finance blog, The Dough Roller.” Google+ • Twitter

Dona Collins

Dona is a personal finance specialist with experience working in the insurance/finance industry – industries where your credit score can sometimes impact your job prospects.

Michael

Michael is the founder of Financial Ramblings and writes about a wide range of financial topics including consumer issues, tax strategies, and investing matters. Twitter