Paul Murphy

Client Manager

Paul started his accountancy career at the age of 18 as an accounts apprentice with a Manchester firm. Two years later he joined NR Barton and qualified as an ACCA in 2012. Paul’s expertise lies in accounts preparation, audit, and tax compliance. He works hard to build relationship with his clients across a wide range of sectors and specialisms.

Paul is married and away from the office he enjoys a number of sports. He is a member of the Wigan Harriers running club and has recently completed the Manchester Marathon in an impressive 2:55.31. Paul also has a season ticket for the Wigan Warriors and has a golf handicap of 11.

Specialist services and sectors

Accounts

From annual statutory accounts to monthly management accounts and forecasts and everything in-between.

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External Audit

Adding value to the statutory reporting process through efficient and effective audit strategies.

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Tax Compliance

Consistent advice to help ensure your affairs are compliant with HMRC legislation.

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PAYE and VAT

Expert assistance with technical areas of the tax system.

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Transport, Distribution & Logistics

Sector specific advice to help make sure you’re on the right road.

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Motor Trade

Tailored advice to assist with the nuances of motor trade accounting. 

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Start Ups & Small Business

The right support can be critical to ensuring the success of a start up business.

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Recycling & Environmental Management

Industry specific knowledge aligned with our accounting expertise.

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