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Lisa Holton is an American writer, editor and author. Holton serves corporate, college, nonprofit and editorial clients, and her writing has been featured in such national publications as Southwest Spirit , The National Law Journal, Parents, the ABA Journal and REALTOR Magazine. She is a former Business Editor of the Chicago Sun-Times and has authored or edited 15 nonfiction books and ebooks including Business Valuation for Dummies (with Jim Bates) and For Members Only: A History and Guide to Chicago's Oldest Private Clubs."

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