WorkPay, one of Pangea’s portfolio startups, today announced a new and innovative partnership with professional accountants in Kenya to offer the 250+ businesses on its platform accounting and bookkeeping assistance beginning with the 2020 Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) iTax annual returns due on 30th June.
The addition of professional accountants on the WorkPay platform will complete the 360° employee statutory returns with the monthly NSSF, NHIF, and PAYE statutory reports already taken care of. The accountants will assist WorkPay clients to ensure 100% tax compliance by providing them with proactive bookkeeping assistance and audit services.
The service is also available to non-WorkPay clients who are required to submit a form with their company details and contact information to enable right matching with the pool of professionals. The link to the form is available here.
Announcing the partnership, Mr. Paul Kimani, The CEO, and Co-Founder of WorkPay noted that the partnership is exciting as it helps their customers access professional services which sometimes are deemed inaccessible or expensive by micro and small businesses in Kenya. He said the company is committed to ensuring its customers succeed in inefficient employee management and salary payments by availing tools and professional help needed to do so.
WorkPay Africa, a Nairobi based start-up offering employee management and payment processing solutions. Some of the tools offered by WorkPay include time-tracking (including remote teams), payroll processing, leave management, Expense management and reimbursement, and salary payments to banks and mobile wallets. The start-up recently graduated from the prestigious Y Combinator program.
Learn more about WorkPay here.