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This is not just another report on wealthy women! It’s primarily about a fast-growing segment of executive women and their male counterparts who are primary breadwinners. Our research provides important context about how this cohort thinks about wealth management. From financial acumen and confidence, time constraints and lifestyle goals, high-net-worth primary breadwinners – both women and men – have a lot in common. Learn what these investors value.
White Paper--Women Are Driving Healthcare: How Recent Trends are Changing Healthcare Delivery for Women
To provide the best possible care experience, healthcare providers need to adapt to changing social and demographic trends for the #1 healthcare consumer: women.
In the United States, women are the most active healthcare decision-makers and users. Significant data supports the need for healthcare providers to recognize their value and transform their practices to serve them.
In conjunction with its 2019 Women's Care Specialty Excellence Awards release, Healthgrades explored current trends and developed a data-driven, comprehensive white paper to share our findings. Our research includes data from the women who come to our site and represent nearly 70% of the monthly traffic on Healthgrades.com, and also includes what they search for when seeking OB-GYN services. This research confirmed that today, women are healthcare provider most influential patients.
High net worth and ultra-high net worth executive women often get overlooked by wealth management advisors as viable clients. But, this multi-trillion dollar market is a growing—and lucrative—investor segment. In this white paper I pitched, developed and wrote for FlexShares (partnering with Northern Trust's Laura Hanichak Gregg as the client lead), we tell advisors why this important investor segment has value to them and how to reach this market.
Most of the time, college is safe and fun, but it's not always disaster-proof. What would you do if you were faced with a natural disaster, especially if your college locale isn’t your permanent residence? It’s good to know how to respond before it happens, so start your planning by gathering whatever information you can. This guide to will help you start the process.
If you want to know how well you're really operating your business, you'll need to know your business's working capital, also known as net working capital. It's a moment of truth for your company's financial health – telling you the difference between what you owe and what your business owns at any given time. Plus, it's one of the most important numbers lenders often rely on to decide if your company is worth financing.
We've broken it down to make it super simple to compute.
Debate rages around the liability freelancers accept when they agree to contracts that hold them liable for their words using indemnity clauses. Other contract terms related to confidentiality violations, libel or defamation committed while writing give freelancers pause.
Wanting to protect their business or personal property in lawsuits related to business activities, writers can establish an entity with a state government agency. Here's how to register your entity and keep it legal.
Regular maintenance can feel like a regular pain, but overlooking small repairs can add up to big bills later. It's estimated that every dollar spent on regular maintenance saves you $100 in repairs costs later. Here are 10 tasks to add to your spring cleaning checklist to make sure your home stays in great shape for as long as possible.
Whether you are considering buying, refinancing, or taking a loan on your home, the first step is to determine its value. And the faster you and the lender agree on that value, the quicker you can move forward. This is where AVMs can help. An AVM or automated valuation model is an approach used by real estate agents, mortgage companies and well-known companies, like Zillow, to quickly appraise a home’s value. Here's how they work and how they benefit you in real estate transactions.
If you're like most homeowners, you're always looking to increase your home equity. But, during periods of economic instability, increasing home equity may be impossible and your attention may turn to simply maintaining the equity you've gained. Here's how you can do both despite what the economy is doing.
Your credit score – three numbers that hold considerable sway over your financial life — is often the first thing a lender wants to see before considering giving you a loan.
Your credit score can seem mysterious or even random, but you have more control over it than you may think. Understanding what a credit score tells lenders and how it’s different from a credit report is the first step to taking control. Here's what you should know.
These days, layoffs in journalism are regular news. Journalists find themselves the targets of budget cuts as publications routinely cut work budgets, pay, schedules, head counts or go under altogether. Journalists exit their newsroom jobs for other reasons, too. But, is there 'life after newsrooms?' Can you build a successful--even six figure--enterprise? Yes. This blog post shows you how.
If you’re like most freelancer writers, you’re savvy enough to know before starting a writing project, it’s imperative you put in place a solid contract that sets clear client expectations. However, that’s not always easy even when you recognize that as a freelance writer, you’re a small business owner in the sales business. Here's how to overcome future payment issues and still build bridges with clients.
While you have access to more credit score information than ever, there's a lot of misinformation and outright mythology floating around, too. Several myths rise to the level of hype and can be scary. Have you heard that your race, gender, age, job type, or neighborhood go on your credit? They don’t and they certainly don’t factor into your score. Here's what else not to believe about your credit score.
Many people enroll in life insurance coverage through work because the cost may be low and it’s easy to manage. If you do have an employer-sponsored life insurance policy, how much do you really know about it? Have you reviewed your policy details closely? Here's how to evaluate your workplace insurance against your current needs.