As the founder of Paramount Financial, Dawn Powell is focused on helping clients work toward their retirement dreams through a well thought out strategic plan. She is committed to giving unparalleled service while at the same time ensuring her clients have a bright retirement future, to which she believes everyone is entitled.
Powell entered the industry in 2002 and has since made working with retirement and pre-retirement individuals the focus of her career. She holds life and health licenses in Arkansas, Texas, Florida, and North Carolina.
Dawn was born in New York, grew up in Sherwood, and attended the University of Arkansas, where she obtained her undergraduate degree. Today, Dawn resides in central Arkansas with her husband Matt and their two children, Abby Rhea and Lilly.
At Paramount Financial, helping individuals meet their needs is top priority. Their experienced professionals are dedicated to educating clients on the various ways they can create a plan designed to help them achieve financial freedom. The utmost importance is placed on integrity and transparency. Market fluctuations and economic uncertainty can present challenges for many, and it may take more than just market performance to provide the confidence deserved for a secure financial future.
Paramount Financial understands the importance of utilizing insurance, estate preparation and tax strategies to ensure your confidence in the future.
What makes your customer service outstanding?
At Paramount Financial, our sole focus is YOU. Both my team and I pride ourselves with providing an exceptional customer experience. Always. It is not our goal to meet the client’s expectations, rather to exceed them.
How can insurance cover inheritance tax for my children?
Through life insurance, a client can purchase a guaranteed product to offset the taxes that one’s estate may grow to over time. The client can purchase a policy to cover the taxes due at death, thus allowing the full estate to pass on to the heirs/beneficiary.
What are the most important factors to consider when choosing a life insurance company?
Financial Stability, Company Ratings, Solvency, and Claim-Paying History.
What’s a typical day look like?
COFFEE! LOTS!!! I am usually at my office by 5:30 a.m.
I enjoy the solitude before my staff arrives. Brief daily team meeting is at 8 a.m., and we begin client appointments at 8:30 a.m. I leave the office by 3 p.m. to pick up my girls from school, and then Mom duty kicks in. Basically, shuttling the girls to various activities and events. Family dinner is always mandatory.
How often should coverage be reviewed?
Annually, at minimum. More often should a life-changing event occur.
|Last good read||"Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World" by Kristen Welch|
|Go-to lunch spot||Cheers in Maumelle|
|Two things you like to do outside the office||Travel and anything outdoors|
|Paper or digital calendar||Both, actually!|
|Suit or business casual||Business casual|
|Last vacation||Seaside, Florida|