Seeing women be successful, self-sufficient, and fully capable of meeting her own and her loved one’s needs is a vision to which I am deeply committed. There is growing evidence that women led businesses and women in positions of influence at their company have a noticeable impact on the bottom line, but the facts remain that women entrepreneurs will have a harder time than their male counterparts when it comes to finding mentorship, earning enough to support their families, and receiving funding and venture capital.

As a woman entrepreneur, you are unique, you will face challenges, and you have the potential to reap great rewards for yourself, your family, and your communities. And, in order to get there, you will need to work closely with a financial professional who understands both business planning and details women should consider for their own personal planning. The fact that women live longer and are often the caretakers of the children and elderly in their family are personal things to consider; and how to ensure that you save for your current and future self, regardless of whether you’re bootstrapping to get your business off the ground, or your profits are steadily taking off is absolutely critical.

Find time to work with an advisor who can help you consider your options, both in the lean and the profitable years of your business, and you will find these efforts allow for great potential throughout all seasons of your life and your business.

The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual.


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