Baker Tilly International Launches Tax Mapp, Its First Mobile Application
New Tax App for Android and IOS
A new mobile application that brings the latest tax insights and access to comprehensive tax guides to your smart phone and mobile devices.
Baker Tilly International today announced its entry into the mobile application arena with the launch of a mobile tax application.
'Tax Mapp' gives users access to the latest global tax news and global tax content at the touch of a button.
Available on both IOS and Android, the free application allows users to keep up-to-date with the latest tax news through weekly insight articles from International Tax Review and TP Week on key tax matters, as well as access comprehensive tax guides covering 150 countries.
"Tax Mapp combines the latest tax information, insights and technology in a streamlined way that adds value to our clients", says Chris Danes, Tax Director at Baker Tilly International. "It gives users access to global content in relation to key taxes, in a modern and user-friendly way."
You can download the tax app for both Android and IOS devices:
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