You’re busy. Let us worry about saving for taxes.
ROAM is the digital solution enabling the independent workforce to stay ahead of their taxes with little to no effort. We are the personal HR that roams with you.
Why Tax Savings
Roam starts as a personal tax savings solution for the independent worker.
Have you ever paid a tax balance with a credit card or by borrowing from a relative?
No worries – we’re here to help you to never have to do that again.
Simply put, Roam wants you to be at zero on tax day.
We want to give self-employed people the same experience as their corporate friends. Folks whose taxes are accurately managed by their employers tend to be a lot less stressed, so we’ve designed RoamHR to keep you on track without the need to stress about anything.
Connect your banking account and tax information safely and securely.
Savings Set Up
Save for taxes securely and on your own terms with your RoamHR savings account.
RoamHR tracks what you earn, save and pay to accurately estimate what you should save for taxes out of each paycheck.
It's your money and your accounts. Access your savings when and how you need it.
Pay your quarterly taxes directly to the IRS by simply clicking a button.
A story more common than not…
The recent grad and the “Gig Economy”
The idea of RoamHR stemmed from the personal experience of our founding CEO, Rick Gonzalez, whose son, Taylor, had recently graduated from NYU, and was entering the “Gig Economy.” As a newly self-employed worker, Taylor struggled with his taxes because although, as part of a company, he was being paid in the standard manner, he was also making additional income via special project work on the side.
The reality of the millennial generation workforce is nothing new to the many self-employed workers who spend a great deal of money and time preparing for and putting away tax savings.
– Vaultz CEO Rick Gonzalez (Taylor’s dad)
“I couldn’t believe he was paid via PayPal…there was so much guesswork as to what his taxes were going to be. When I explained to him about paying quarterly estimated taxes, he about hit the floor.”