Launch of our free smartphone app

January 22, 2014

RMT Accountants & Business Advisors are wishing the North East business community an ‘appy new year by launching a new, free smartphone app.

The RMT Tax Tools app contains a comprehensive range of up-to-date information about different aspects of the taxation regime, as well as tools which can be used to assist with everyday business-related calculations.
A mileage calculator uses in-built GPS technology to save, collate and download precise distances for car journeys, while an expenses log allows for a categorised list of personal business costs to be easily maintained.

The RMT app, which also contains a business news feed, is available in both Apple and Android formats, and can be downloaded free from both the iPhone App Store and the Google Play Store.

Stephen Slater, director at RMT and head of the firm’s specialist technology division, says: “We wanted our app to make information available about the most important elements of the taxation regime, and to also provide functionality which would be helpful to users during their daily activities.

“The mileage and expenses tools make keeping up to date with regular business calculations very easy, and we’ve had some really positive feedback from the clients that have been trialling the app prior to its launch.
“Making it freely available to everyone will hopefully encourage as many people as possible to download it, and we hope it will prove useful to all that do so.”

RMT provides the full range of financial and business advisory services through its Specialist Tax, Recovery & Insolvency, Corporate Finance and Medical & Healthcare divisions. For more information, please visit

Android App On Google Play



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