Roger Chinchilla and Grimaldy Dominguez established Refundo in New York City in 2011. As first generation immigrants who owned an operated 20 tax offices throughout the east coast, they understood a growing concern and question facing people in their community:
How much do large banks in the tax industry know about serving people in low income communities?
Part of the challenge is creating an experience where banks and tax professionals work together to provide suitable options for people without exploiting them.
The other part focuses on listening to the banking needs of low income communities and serving them the best way possible. As members of that community, Roger and Grimaldy understand the heart of the problem, and more importantly, know exactly how to beat it.
Here’s to making an actual difference, and not just being someone else who talks about it.