Digital Business Tax Platform ‘ComplYant’ Featured in Built In’s 2023 List of “Best Places to Work”

Shiloh Johnson
By Shiloh Johnson
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Shiloh Johnson, Founder and CEO of ComplYant, leads one of the most sought-after and rewarding workplaces of the year.

Los Angeles, January 11, 2023 – Fintech company, ComplYant, is recognized by Built In, an online community for National startups and tech companies, as one of the Best Places to Work in 2023. Founded by Shiloh Johnson, MST, CPA, ComplYant is a digital business tax assistant that supports small businesses as they navigate their taxes. The organization’s ethos is founded on the tenants of trust, transparency, and inclusion. These values are apparent in ComplYant’s client relations and company culture alike.

“I founded ComplYant because I saw so many smart, capable people around me who ran into roadblocks when growing their business because of tax barriers,” says Johnson. “ComplYant was created to break down tax barriers, to allow entrepreneurs the space to focus on running their business without the stress of burdensome tax.” 

As a CPA, Johnson witnessed first-hand the stressful outcomes when business owners don’t understand tax requirements. She founded ComplYant with the mission to support small or underrepresented business owners as they navigate their taxes. The first-of-its-kind platform offers a unique solution to not only help entrepreneurs manage their taxes but to anticipate owed taxes and budget ahead of time. The fintech startup also empowers its community by breaking down the complexities of business taxes into straightforward educational articles and content.

As the CEO of a growing business, Johnson recognizes the value of building a transparent, inclusive, and supportive company culture of 38 (and growing) employees. ComplYant is a fully remote, people-centric workplace that believes employees are happier, more innovative, and get more done when they have the agency to work from wherever they choose. 

“Care is at the core of ComplYant,” says Johnson. “That’s what makes us unique – bringing humanity to an industry that can seem so clinical. I think that’s what sets us apart; valuing our employees makes them better equipped to put care into our customers. We’re proof that you don’t need to be a multi-billion dollar company to provide benefits to your team, and the ROI is tenfold when you do.” 

Additionally, ComplYant offers many perks for their employees, including unlimited PTO, medical, dental, and vision benefits for employees and their families, and reimbursements for a variety of home office, learning, and wellness items. Other perks include a host of learning opportunities, cross-training, and internal promotional opportunities for team members, as well as annual “work-cations,” which provide face-to-face company events hosted in a vacation environment, and (optional) virtual team building events that “don’t suck”. ComplYant is honored to be recognized by Built In for their work in prioritizing employees’ well-being and creating a supportive, inclusive company culture.

About ComplYant:

ComplYant is a technology platform offering entrepreneurs stress-free guidance to manage complex tax rules and regulations year-round. Rooted in the mission to remove tax barriers for small or underrepresented business owners, ComplYant offers unique solutions to not only help founders navigate their taxes but to anticipate owed taxes and budget ahead of time. 

To learn more, visit complyant.co, or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube

About Shiloh Johnson:

Shiloh Johnson, MST, CPA is the founder and CEO of ComplYant, who is on a mission to ensure that organizations of all colors, shapes, and sizes have access to accurate fiscal guidance. After raising $12.8M for ComplYant, Johnson is one of less than Black women founders to ever raise over $10M+ in VC funding. She has been awarded a startup grant from the Annenberg Foundation and Pledge LA, and is a member of National Association for Tax Professionals, the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, American Institute of CPAs, and the National Association of Black Accountants. She participated in Grid100 and Techstars LA accelerators, and was featured in the 2022 edition of Forbes Next 1000. Johnson fights for the underserved and believes that the color of your skin should not impact your likelihood of success. Everyone deserves complete and accurate fiscal guidance and financial success.

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Shiloh Johnson
By Shiloh Johnson
Shiloh Johnson is a long-time CPA and founder of ComplYant, a technology platform offering business owners and entrepreneurs a simple way to manage tax rules and requirements.

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