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GST gives Tally wings

Even amidst savvy tech startups, the humble accounting software Tally enjoys a head start like no other

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The migration to Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a high blood pressure-inducing move for businesses and accountants. Running short of breath, they depend on software providers to take care of their accounting, invoicing and filing needs. And they are just as stressed.

For Bharat Goenka, the 56-year-old managing director of Tally Solutions, the day starts at 6:00 am and doesn’t end before midnight. “We are sprinting in a marathon. It’s not something anyone can keep up with for long,” he says. But seeing a nation migrate to a new taxation…

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