Anantaks, a digital tax preparation and filing solution company, recently launched its online platform for a more comfortable and easier tax-filing experience.
Last May, the Anantaks website went online to help start-ups, self-employed individuals, and even Transportation Network Vehicle Service (TVNS) drivers and operators to prepare and file their taxes in a more time and cost-efficient manner.
Tax filing has been a major hurdle among small business owners and individuals, and through the website, Anantaks founder Elmo Nobleza offers to make it easier for the clients.
“The amount of work in filing taxes is tremendous,” he said while noting how his team of tax experts, accountants, and seasoned information technology professionals can help ease the load for the clients.
“The synergy that these people brought to the website can now be experienced through Anantaks by making it more convenient and more accessible to our clients.”
Having a one-stop shop in tax filing like the Anantaks website isn’t only cost and time efficient, clients are also guaranteed the same experience that they would get from dependable accounting firms.
The website was built to help non-tax savvy business owners and individuals by creating a non-complicated, user-friendly platform which allows business owners and individuals to focus on their businesses while Anantaks takes care of their tax compliance requirements.
“For a minimal monthly payment, an individual can use our website and we will take care of the rest,” Nobleza said.
“We also abide by the regulations set forth by the National Privacy Commission to ensure data privacy and security,” he added.
Anantaks co-founder Philip Escudero further added that the changing times brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic pushed them even more to launch the website.
With mobility limited due to COVID-19 restrictions, the website opens doors for clients who want to take care of their tax in the comforts of their own homes and businesses.
It is also also the perfect platform to those businesses who do not have access to accountants due to geographical challenges.
“The pandemic gave us a lot of changes, in this case including how we file our taxes,” he said.