ClearTax Platform To Aid Startups Begin Ops In 3 Weeks

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NEW DELHI: To help new businesses get off the blocks, online tax filing portal ClearTax has launched a new platform for startups that promises to make these companies operational in three weeks. 

Under the 'ClearTax Startup Platform', the portal would assist new businesses by providing advisory services, incorporate the firm to help them raise capital for business, suggest business and legal agreements and assist in taxregistration.

The platform provides holistic and premium business services and helps new entrepreneurs navigate the maze of setting up a business, ClearTax said in a statement. 

"The platform has simplified and created an offering to launch a startup in 3 weeks with packages starting from 19,999. This programme helps new entrepreneurs kickstart their idea," it added. 

Started in 2011, ClearTax aims to become a leading tax filing platform.                                      



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Source: PTI
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