Marcia Layton Turner writes regularly about small business and real estate. Her work has appeared in Entrepreneur, Businessweek, Forbes online, US News & World Report online, and CNNMoney. She also ghostwrites business books for CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs, including New York Times bestsellers, award-winners, and commercial successes. She is currently earning her doctorate of business administration from Temple University.
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