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Caitlin McCormack Wrights
Caitlin is a smart, savvy freelance writer and former finance executive with extensive print & online experience. Insurance, investing, mortgages and all things finance are her main niches. She relishes making dull subject matter gripping and everyday topics fabulous.
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