Jill Keto

author, 'Don't Get Caught with Your Skirt Down'

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Contributor on money and economics for the Huffington Post, and author of Don’t Get Caught with Your Skirt Down: A Practical Girl’s Recession Guide; suburban mother with two kids and a small business

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