Over the past two years, Sydney-based FinTech startup Pocketbook decided to focus on growing its user base; and is now finding ways to generate revenue through value-adds. On Wednesday, Pocketbook released its Tax Returns iPhone app, allowing users to lodge their tax return in 10 minutes.
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