Capital Good Fund offers competitive alternative to payday lenders

SAGE COUNSEL: From left, Nacor Matos Custodia, financial coach at Capital Good Fund, and Wally Okby, vice president of investor relations, counsel clients Ann-gel Mitchell and Charles Isler in managing their finances.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
SAGE COUNSEL: From left, Nacor Matos Custodia, financial coach at Capital Good Fund, and Wally Okby, vice president of investor relations, counsel clients Ann-gel Mitchell and Charles Isler in managing their finances.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Innovative Companies | Financial Running into financial issues or attempting to get out of bad situations can be daunting. Providence-based Capital Good Fund can come in to help out. “It is not easy to escape from poverty,” said Wally Okby, vice president of investor relations. “Low-income Americans face numerous obstacles to building better lives for…

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