Ean Price Murphy: What You Need to Know to Work with Creatives

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Ean Price Murphy shares how she uses profit-focused bookkeeping and advising to take the fear and frustration out of our financials, specifically when working within creative industries and with creative people.

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After freelancing for nearly a decade, Ean Murphy started Moxie in 2003 with just one other bookkeeper (who is still with the company). Ean knew she wanted Moxie’s focus to be on companies run by people deeply engaged with their work but frequently not comfortable with numbers, or aware of the systems required to be successful. Moxie’s core offering is the organization of financial information, informed by Ean’s own first-hand knowledge of being a small business owner.

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