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Untied Announces Partnership With ‘can.did’

Untied Partners With ‘can.did’ | Fintech Finance

untied, the UK’s personal tax app today announced that it has partnered with can.did, the first and currently the only benefits programme created by and for female business owners in the UK.

From today, can.did’s members will be able to access untied, the only end to end app that easily connects users’ bank accounts and enables them to tag income and expenses, and submit their tax returns straight from a mobile.  untied also provides a full and real-time tax calculation which helps users put the correct money aside for when It comes to paying their annual tax bill.

Formerly known as She can. She did., can.did. is a new kind of networking for candid conversations that goes the extra mile to provide the female business owners that it supports with access to health, financial and lifestyle benefits and incentives to safeguard their working – and personal – lives. Having launched the UK’s first Benefits Programme for female business owners during the pandemic last year, it is now the only network for female business owners to offer a comprehensive benefits suite.

Fiona Grayson, Founder of can.did, commented:  “We’re on a mission to make sure that more of us get past our first few years in business, and have the support and security to build success on our own terms.  That’s why can.did came about.  We wanted our peers to feel safe in the knowledge that being a female business owner didn’t have to be riskier and less secure than a corporate job.  And part of that is finding great services to offer to our members.  untied is a brilliant app that gives users year-round control of their taxes and makes it simple to file a tax return – so perfect for our members.”

Kevin Sefton, CEO, untied, said: “We’re delighted to welcome can.did onboard as a partner.  We’ve seen that more and more people are leaving secure jobs and setting up on their own than ever before.  It’s an exciting time for female founders– but starting up and keeping going comes with its own challenges. So if we can help in a small way by making taxes simpler for can.did’s members and helping them navigate the system and stay ahead of deadlines, that makes everything more worthwhile.”

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