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Racine, WI 53405-2843
All Other Business Support Services
Adress Redacted Racine, WI 53405-2843
Takitta Oliver is a All Other Business Support Services business located in Racine, WI. Founded by entrepreneur Takitta Oliver in 2019, the company provides support services to small businesses and entrepreneurs looking for assistance with all aspects of their operations. The company specializes in bookkeeping and financial planning, payroll obligations and bank reconciliations along with customer service support for customer inquiries. They also provide marketing solutions to help promote a business’s brand identity through various tools such as social media platforms or website building services. Takitta Oliver also offers IT solutions including software installations and maintenance as well as data security protection. Moreover, they offer consultation on tax filing responsibilities along with startup advice that is tailored to each client’s unique needs. At present the company consists of one employee – its founder Takitta – who has over 10 years of experience within the business administration sector working across several industries throughout her career thus far guaranteeing her clients are receiving quality counsel when working with them on projects.
During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Takitta Oliver requested a PPP loan for $20,833.00. They were approved on 4/10/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $20,833.00. The loan was facillitated by Fountainhead Sbf LLC. Of the approved amount, Takitta Oliver has received 100% of the approved amount.
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This story was published in the Chicago Tribune on January 21, 2021.