Creative Juice launches Juice Books to simplify tax season for creators

Tax season can be a daunting time for creators, as they navigate the complexities of reporting income, expenses, and paying taxes. However, fintech company Creative Juice is aiming to ease this burden with the launch of its new product, Juice Books.

Juice Books is a tax preparation toolkit designed specifically for creators, offering accounting services that are tailored to their unique business needs. Users can track income, pay contractors, and categorize expenses, all in one place. In addition, the product includes Creative Juice’s CPA Concierge, which connects creators with tax professionals who have expertise in their industry.

While creators could consult with any CPA, Creative Juice is marketing its product as a cost-effective solution that saves time and money. The company notes that creator businesses often spend upwards of $3,000 per year on tax preparation, making Juice Books a potentially valuable investment.

Sima Gandhi, CEO and Co-Founder of Creative Juice, explains that taxes are a significant pain point for many of the creators she works with. By providing a product that simplifies the tax preparation process and connects users with experts, Juice Books aims to alleviate this stress.

Already, some creators have had positive experiences using the product. Kat Buno and Zhong have both used Juice Books to organize their finances and streamline their tax preparation process.

“I can separate my personal and business expenses, invoice brands and manage my tax needs,” says Zhong. “Juice keeps me organized, allowing me to work with trustworthy tax experts that actually understand my creator business.”

Juice Books is just one of several products that Creative Juice has developed to help creators manage their finances. Juice also funds creator futures, so creators can stay in total control of their content and supercharge their growth. That means upfront cash, monthly options and community. After all, they’ve already invested millions to support creator careers. 

As fintech companies like Creative Juice continue to gain popularity among creators, traditional banks may need to adapt to keep up with their forward-thinking approach to bookkeeping. For creators, having access to financial tools that are tailored to their unique needs could make all the difference in achieving success.

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