June 16th, 2020 – Boston, Mass – Massachusetts own Kimesha Janey, owner of Financial Growth Strategies and a licensed Massachusetts Realtor & Certified Credit Professional has come up with a unique way of soothing people’s financial fears during this trying time.
On her popular Instagram account, @Capital_Credit_Meesh, Kimesha has been hosting free webinar trainings and seminars to help small business owners establish business credit and providing resources for business funding during this trying time. Small businesses are not the only ones benefiting from Kimesha’s training lessons, as she is also helping people whose personal credit may have taken a hit as a result of a recent financial hardship. Along with the dozens of post and videos featuring real-world, easy to comprehend financial literacy lessons and tips for getting out of debt; Kimesha also offers a free credit guide to help consumers better their credit. “There are millions of people who are worried about their finances right now. For those who were worried about their debt levels prior to this crisis, the added worry about job security and economic uncertainty can begin to feel overwhelming. While confronting debt and reviewing bills can feel like the last thing you want to do right now, this is actually the ideal time to sort out your finances,” explains Janey.
Throughout her successful career in the corporate, real estate and financial world, Kimesha has found that people often think a situation is far worse than it really is. Clients who embark on credit counselling often feel a weight has been lifted off their shoulders. Certified credit counsellors know about all the options open to consumers dealing with debt. Consumers often believe that they will be forced into declaring bankruptcy and are unaware of the multitude of other options which are open to them.
Kimesha’s family, especially her mother, Boston City Council President, Kim Janey, has always advocated tirelessly to eliminate opportunity gaps in the economy and in business. Her aunt and uncle founded, retail shop, Black Market to provide opportunities to local entrepreneurs and close Boston’s $247,500 black-white wage gap, while giving individuals a stepping-stone to a solid business and financial footing.
“I’m trying to do the same thing. I want to make sure families across this country avoid crippling debt and put themselves on a solid footing for ongoing achievement and success.” I went through a nasty divorce where I lost nearly $100,000 once all was said and done. I never want another person to feel so trapped by their financial constraints that they don’t sleep at night. I give out real world, easy to understand credit, debt management and financial literacy information. These are tough times for all of us and I am so thankful and humbled that I am able to help people get out of debt and on to a more solid financial footing.”
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