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How does tax auto-saving work?

How does tax auto-saving work?

Found automatically sets aside funds from deposits marked as Income to ensure you have enough saved to pay your quarterly tax bill. 

Every time you get paid business income, Found will calculate your new tax bill and set aside funds so you are covered for upcoming tax payments. The percentage set aside is based on your tax bracket, which is determined by your Tax Profile and the income you’ve reported in Found.

Auto-saving is enabled by default, but you can toggle this feature on or off by following these steps:

On mobile

  1. Log into your Found account

  2. Tap Taxes account on the Banking screen

  3. Tap the selector next to Auto-save for taxes

On desktop

  1. Log into your Found account

  2. Navigate to the Taxes tab

  3. Tap Edit next to Auto-saving

  4. Adjust the toggle to enable or disable Tax auto-saving.

Auto-saving is currently only available for sole proprietors.

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