Archit Gupta

Archit Gupta

Guest Writer
Founder & CEO ClearTax.com

About Archit Gupta

ClearTax.INis designed for Individuals to prepare and file their Income Tax Returns in the shortest time while maximising their tax deductions. Our aim is to delight our customers with simplicity, accuracy and getting rid of the notion that taxes are complex. Their  team consists of IIT, Harvard, BITS alums and Chartered Accountants.
ClearTax raised an investment from Y Combinator in the summer of 2014 and is backed by PayTm Founder.

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The Future of India's Logistics Industry Post Implementation of GST

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Budget 2017: How has the Union Budget Altered the Taxation Scenario in India?

Despite high hopes for a revamped section 80C, however, tax savings instruments remain untouched. The tax deduction limit under 80C remains 1.5 lakhs.
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Expectations from Budget 2017: A Promising Year for Fintech

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How Much Does It Cost to Set Up a Company?

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