Tax app gets six million euros

The Berlin-based company Accountable can close its financing round. Stride.VC is leading this.

Berlin-based fintech Accountable closes its Series A funding round. Investors are giving the startup, which sells a tax app, a total of six million euros. London-based Stride.VC led the round, with existing investors Connect Ventures also joining in.

With the additional money, the fintech has now raised around eight million euros, according to Handelsblatt, and is now looking to grow further. On the one hand, the expansion into a further market and the expansion of the team should contribute to this.

The aim of the app is to enable self-employed people to do their tax returns on their own without getting lost in the paragraph jungle. Through the app, users will be guided through their annual tax return in just a few clicks. In this way, the app offers a similar service to, for example, the app Taxfix, which, however, focuses primarily on salaried employees.

"After cracking one of the most difficult tax markets with Germany, we are expanding from Berlin into other European countries," Tino Keller, Co-Founder & Managing Director of Accountable tells Handelsblatt.

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