Advice & insights for women in business.
Top Challenges Faced by Women in Business
Oftentimes women in business face challenges that their male counterparts typically don’t. Along with gender biases, there are also disparities in financing and overall communication.
Discussing the Gender Gap as a Woman in Leadership
Gender diversity is a key component of any company’s success — particularly when it comes to leadership roles. While society as a whole strives to rectify the current pay and leadership gender gap, those who hold a lot of influence and power to implement the necessary changes are women currently in leadership positions.
Resources for Aspiring Women CEOs
If you're one of the many aspiring women whose goal is to join this exclusive club, you'll need some great resources to get you started on your path to the top. Read our whitepaper for some suggestions.
2018’s Top 10 Year-End Planning Ideas for Business Owners
For businesses, the centerpiece of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that was signed into law on December 22, 2017, was a permanent reduction of the corporate tax rate to a flat 21%. It also permanently repealed the corporate alternative minimum tax (AMT). The intricacies of the new pass-through business income deduction are being clarified through Treasury and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidance.
2018’s Top 10 Year-End Planning Ideas for Individuals
With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA” or “2017 Tax Act”) late in 2017, we have spent most of 2018 determining its impact on taxpayers and seeking clarification and guidance from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on various provisions. Read our Whitepaper for some tips on year end planning.
What Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Succession Planning
Succession planning is key to the long-term vision for your business. Whether you need a short-term or long-term plan or both, thinking through how you want your business run in your absence should be part of your vision.
Should You Market the Fact that Your Business Is Woman-Owned?
Women-owned businesses employ nearly 9 million people in the United States along and generate more than $1.7 trillion in revenue. Your women-owned status could offer you significant advantages in your marketing strategy.
Key4Women Financial Confidence Survey
The economy is booming, capital spending is up, and business optimism indexes are setting records. Confidence in general may be high, but are women business owners and executives as upbeat? Women leaders are a vital and growing part of the business community, and Key4Women believes it is essential to understand their perspectives.
The Road to Business Success Begins with Knowing the Numbers
Ivy Slater was a successful business owner, popular speaker and highly credentialed mentor when she first considered her fourth career avenue. Slater recognized much of her career was built with the help of strong, female mentorship, and she wanted to put what she learned from these women on paper. So she did.
Investing for the Future: What Women Need to Consider
As women begin to invest for their future, they should first answer these six basic questions to help ensure they are poised to achieve their retirement goals.
How Women Can Work Together to Pave the Way to the C-Suite
This whitepaper shares insights on how women can defy the statistics, restructure a company’s organizational structure, and put themselves in a better position to succeed.
Recruiting More Women Employees to Your Business
Learn about why it's more crucial than ever to hire and promote women employees into leadership roles to help your company improve its bottom line.