A great new App free from Burgis & Bullock Chartered Accountants in the Midlands

Burgis & Bullock is one of the very first accountancy firms in the Midlands to launch a free mobile App. The great news is that this App can be downloaded free onto your iPhone, iPad or Android phones. It’s packed full of some really useful Tax Tables, Calculators and important dates. All of which you will be able to access for free, anywhere you have internet connection on your device.

Get your free App from Burgis & Bullock here

You can download the App completely free of charge using the links or QR code below.

What will the Burgis & Bullock App do for you?

The App has been carefully designed in response to the growing use of smart phones and mobile devices used by our clients across the Midlands. We wanted to develop a way to keep you up to date with the very latest news, views and tips from Burgis & Bullock. As well as providing you with key accounting data, in real time, at your fingertips.

The Burgis & Bullock App will enable you to calculate the tax on certain company cars or check the amount of tax you might be paying. It gives you the power to check Stamp Duty costs or see how you might increase your profits as a business.

You can also browse the library of tax tables, giving you the very latest tax rates 24/7 whenever you need them. From National Insurance and Inheritance tax to Income Tax and Tax Credits – it’s there for you.

Why did Burgis & Bullock develop its own App?

At Burgis & Bullock we like to think that we are a proactive firm of accountants. Helping companies and individuals across the Midlands to become more successful, more profitable and ultimately more enjoyable to run. The Burgis & Bullock App gives you fantastic content, plus it makes it really easy to keep in touch. It has a simple ‘arrange to meet’ page along with all our contact information, as well as links to our social media pages.

We hope you enjoy the Burgis & Bullock App.

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