ING-DiBa announces cooperation with Fintech smartsteuer

ING-DiBa now offers its customers the possibility to complete tax returns quickly and easily online. Germany’s third-largest bank in terms of customers announced a cooperation with Fintech smartsteuer. This step underlines ING-DiBa’s strategy of being the first point of contact for all financial matters.

‘’With our partnership we give all ING-DiBa customers the opportunity to prepare their tax returns even more easily”, says Björn Waide, Managing Director of smartsteuer. “By providing relevant client information such as name and tax ID, the tax return can be pre-filled directly and conveniently. Fast, uncomplicated and safe. “And we’re one step closer to our goal of making the tax return almost by itself.”

The offer of smartsteuer is available for customers of ING-DiBa in the area of internet banking. From there the client is directed directly to the smartsteuer website, where he goes through the further registration and the tax declaration step by step. He receives valuable tips through linked tax tips, examples and encyclopedia articles. The amount of the expected tax refund is calculated after all entries. The customer can then decide whether he wants to establish secure data transfer to the tax office via the platform. The costs of 24.99 euros are not incurred until the final transmission of the tax data. smartsteuer is the first and so far only control software to be certified by TÜV Rheinland and thus offers the highest safety standards. In addition, the solution has received several awards for its user-friendliness.

About smartsteuer

smartsteuer GmbH is Germany’s leading provider of online tax returns. Whether you are an employee, student, retiree or self-employed: Everyone can create their own tax return quickly and easily with smartsteuer and submit it cost-effectively. smartsteuer has received several awards for its user-friendliness. smartsteuer has been on the market since 2010 and has 20 employees at its headquarters in Hanover. The GmbH is a subsidiary of the Haufe Group in Freiburg.