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ClearTax eyes 10% of small businesses after GST rollout

Firm hosts webinars, GST training for CAs, is developing exclusive GST solutions for businesses

Ayan Pramanik  |  Bengaluru 

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Online tax filing platform plans to tap a tenth of the estimated 10 million small businesses in India once the goods and services tax (GST) is imposed in July.

The SAIF Partners-backed tax-filing start-up, which raised $12 million in Series A funding last year, facilitates online tax filing and tax saving for individuals and small businesses through chartered accountants.



The Centre expects to roll out the on July 1. The Network, the information technology backbone for the tax, is expected to start live testing from the first week of May.

“We have access to 225,000 small businesses through 10,000 chartered accountants and more than 1 million individual users. About 10 million small businesses are expected to sign up for the Our goal is to tap 1.2 million businesses within a year of the launch,” said Archit Gupta, founder and chief executive officer,

Small businesses undergo tax compliance twice a year now but will have to undergo 37 compliance procedures in the regime.

With digitising tax filing, firms like will have to scale up their technology platforms. “We have invested $5 million in the technology ramp-up to accommodate the huge data flow. With the GST, billions of invoices will be uploaded online,” said Gupta.

The company is conducting and training for chartered accountants and other experts. It is also developing exclusive solutions for businesses and is in talks with 200 enterprises in India and abroad.

“Big enterprises are planning to buy our enterprise solution. We are negotiating 200 deals and some are in the final stages,” said Gupta.

The Bengaluru-based company sees a big opportunity in this area because there are not many website-based tax-filing platforms. such as Tally or Intuit have products based on or the for tax compliance.

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ClearTax eyes 10% of small businesses after GST rollout

Firm hosts webinars, GST training for CAs, is developing exclusive GST solutions for businesses

Firm hosts webinars, GST training for CAs, is developing exclusive GST solutions for businesses Online tax filing platform plans to tap a tenth of the estimated 10 million small businesses in India once the goods and services tax (GST) is imposed in July.

The SAIF Partners-backed tax-filing start-up, which raised $12 million in Series A funding last year, facilitates online tax filing and tax saving for individuals and small businesses through chartered accountants.

The Centre expects to roll out the on July 1. The Network, the information technology backbone for the tax, is expected to start live testing from the first week of May.

“We have access to 225,000 small businesses through 10,000 chartered accountants and more than 1 million individual users. About 10 million small businesses are expected to sign up for the Our goal is to tap 1.2 million businesses within a year of the launch,” said Archit Gupta, founder and chief executive officer,

Small businesses undergo tax compliance twice a year now but will have to undergo 37 compliance procedures in the regime.

With digitising tax filing, firms like will have to scale up their technology platforms. “We have invested $5 million in the technology ramp-up to accommodate the huge data flow. With the GST, billions of invoices will be uploaded online,” said Gupta.

The company is conducting and training for chartered accountants and other experts. It is also developing exclusive solutions for businesses and is in talks with 200 enterprises in India and abroad.

“Big enterprises are planning to buy our enterprise solution. We are negotiating 200 deals and some are in the final stages,” said Gupta.

The Bengaluru-based company sees a big opportunity in this area because there are not many website-based tax-filing platforms. such as Tally or Intuit have products based on or the for tax compliance.
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ClearTax eyes 10% of small businesses after GST rollout

Firm hosts webinars, GST training for CAs, is developing exclusive GST solutions for businesses

Online tax filing platform plans to tap a tenth of the estimated 10 million small businesses in India once the goods and services tax (GST) is imposed in July.

The SAIF Partners-backed tax-filing start-up, which raised $12 million in Series A funding last year, facilitates online tax filing and tax saving for individuals and small businesses through chartered accountants.

The Centre expects to roll out the on July 1. The Network, the information technology backbone for the tax, is expected to start live testing from the first week of May.

“We have access to 225,000 small businesses through 10,000 chartered accountants and more than 1 million individual users. About 10 million small businesses are expected to sign up for the Our goal is to tap 1.2 million businesses within a year of the launch,” said Archit Gupta, founder and chief executive officer,

Small businesses undergo tax compliance twice a year now but will have to undergo 37 compliance procedures in the regime.

With digitising tax filing, firms like will have to scale up their technology platforms. “We have invested $5 million in the technology ramp-up to accommodate the huge data flow. With the GST, billions of invoices will be uploaded online,” said Gupta.

The company is conducting and training for chartered accountants and other experts. It is also developing exclusive solutions for businesses and is in talks with 200 enterprises in India and abroad.

“Big enterprises are planning to buy our enterprise solution. We are negotiating 200 deals and some are in the final stages,” said Gupta.

The Bengaluru-based company sees a big opportunity in this area because there are not many website-based tax-filing platforms. such as Tally or Intuit have products based on or the for tax compliance.

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