In the wake of the crippling effect of the covid-19 pandemic, award winning entreprenuer, Charcora Palmer, founder and owner of Total P.O.W.E.R. Financial Services, is helping entreprenuers ease the burden and get by a little easier.
Palmer, is channeling her power towards empower communities through financial education via expansion of her services beyond credit repair to become a one-stop-shop, offering loans from $10,000 to $400,000 and tax preparation to individuals and businesses.
POWER stands for Positioning Our Wealth for Economic Redevelopment and evidently the firm is raising hope and changing lives. P.O.W.E.R. provides a credit improvement program, tax preparation and consulting, as well as business loans.
“My company is now expanding to lead people to the funds to achieve their dreams, whether it be loans or the opportunities to become business owners through our tax franchise, credit repair, or loan broker programs,” says Palmer.
The certified credit and tax professional
started her business 13 years ago as an undergraduate following experience garnered after credit problems. Palmer also has a master’s degrees in business administration.
Palmer is now dedicated to helping others: “Now, more than ever is an ideal time to consider credit repair,” Palmer said. “Look, it’s hurting you to do nothing or completely ignore the issue as if it’s just going to disappear. If anything, it’s like to get worse.”
Palmer through revision of credit reports assists clients in removing accounts or loans that are dragging down their scores. She works directly with the credit bureaus to remove erroneous, inaccurate, outdated, and unverified data. Over the years, as she has worked with hundreds of clients, she realized many of them wanted to improve their scores so they could buy a home. That’s when Palmer realized that she should expand her business to providing loans to individuals or business owners, black news reports.
According to Palmer Total P.O.W.E.R. is creating opportunities for people to realize they can do more than just do the 9-to-5. Said Palmer, “My business is helping individuals and businesses, but we’re also offering franchise opportunities, too.”
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