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Small business management and accounting software solutions provider Intuit, Inc. is launching a mobile app this month designed to help Singapore’s self-employed keep track of business expenses.
Named QuickBooks Self-Employed, the app features expense tracking and invoicing services, and helps users track their net income and tax obligations throughout the year.
Data from the Manpower Ministry’s 2015 Labour Force Report show that 14 percent of Singapore’s workforce are self-employed, fueled by a growing on-demand economy that includes international platforms such as Uber and Airbnb and local players PandaBed, GrabTaxi, and Redmart.
“We know that self-employed workers face unique challenges compared to traditional, full-time employees, and Quickbooks Self-Employed will help them simplify financial tasks, untangle business and personal expenses, and help them get ready for tax time, right in the palm of their hand,” said Ashley Millbern, head of global expansion at Intuit.
Since its launch in the United States in 2015, QuickBooks Self-Employed has increased its membership three-fold, from just 50,000 a year ago to now over 180,000 across the US, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
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