Lee Murphy

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lee-murphyLee Murphy is the Managing Director and Owner of The Accountancy Partnership and also Pandle cloud accounting software. He started his own business in construction at the age of just 23 which later ran into difficulty after getting in a mess with his bookkeeping. This motivated Lee to change career by studying finance and accounting, later becoming qualified. Since that time he has sought to help small businesses with their finances and ensure that they don’t run into the same problems he faced with his business.

Lee established The Accountancy Partnership in 2008 with this goal in mind and has now grown the company to cater for over 3,000 businesses all over the UK and abroad. Most recently lee launched pandle.co.uk which is free and simple cloud based accounting software that puts the power back into the bands of small businesses by allowing them to understand and control their finances.



Articles by Lee Murphy

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What SMEs Need To Know About The Bitcoin Bubble

Lee Murphy, owner at Accountancy Software Pandle: “By their very nature, cryptocurrencies are encrypted, but this doesn’t make them any more secure than dealing in normal currencies, as many people may think. There is no regulation or policing that can investigate theft for you, so it’s important to get advice if you’re looking to to trade …

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Brexit Worries Scuppered By Spring Budget

Following Phillip Hammond’s Spring Budget, Lee Murphy, Owner at Accountancy Software Pandle commented below. Outlines:  How the Pound’s seven-week low will be turned around by falling corporate tax rates How SMEs will benefit from business rate cuts Why the Making Tax Digital delay was not only welcomed, but expected Lee Murphy, Owner at Accountancy Software …

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SMEs At A Loss In UK Gov’s New Plan To Rush Tax Digitisation

“The UK government’s call to digitise tax returns by April 2018 has faced backlash as MPs warn that the plans are being rushed through without proper preparation taking place. Improper implementation of this system will inevitably cause errors in the submissions process, which may create chaos in our tax system. HMRC tend to have weak …

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