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About the Author
J.D. Roth founded the award-winning Get Rich Slowly (getrichslowly.org), named the Web's most inspiring personal-finance blog by Money magazine. He's also the author of Your Money: The Missing Manual, about which Wired magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly raved, "This is the best user-guide to personal finance I've found, and I've probably read them all. It is certainly the sanest and most level-headed." Roth writes the monthly "Your Money" column for Entrepreneur magazine, and has contributed columns to Time.com and countless other websites.