Miami-based Taxfyle raises $2 million in seed financing, launches version 2.0 of tax-filing app


Last month, Miami-based Taxfyle launched a more robust version of its app that makes it easier for consumers, freelancers and small businesses to file taxes. On Thursday, the technology startup announced it has raised seed financing to fund its growth through this tax season and beyond, including with the millions of consumers and businesses who have complex returns.

Taxfyle, a secure on-demand tax and accounting service, has closed a $2 million seed financing round from new investors Jeff Ransdell Group and Jonas Tempel of Beatport as well as existing investors.

“Taxfyle is solving a problem that directly impacts every person and small business here in the U.S. as well as expatriates abroad,” said Jeff Ransdell, investor and managing director of Rokk3r Fuel, a Miami-based venture capital firm, in a news release. “With a team led by smart executives from the world’s top financial institutions, the company’s model has already made a massive impact on how tax returns are being filed and will continue to impact the future of accounting.”