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Hiranmayi Srinivasan

Hiranmayi Srinivasan covers all things personal finance for Real Simple, Health, Parents, and Better Homes & Gardens. She strives to create inclusive content that encourages financial literacy and empowerment. Hiranmayi is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and has experience working in broadcast and digital news. When she’s not drinking coffee and writing an article, you can find Hiranmayi binge-watching a TV show, enjoying the California sunshine, or listening to Beyoncé.

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