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Thomas Lee
Associate Director – Business Advisory

Thomas has over 40 years experience providing taxation and business advice to many small-medium sized businesses. He started with Accru Melbourne in 2013 after being a Director of a Public Company for over 10 years. Thomas is known not only for his experience but for his ability to see the bigger picture for his clients future.

Thomas enjoys watching his clients succeed and does everything possible to assist them achieve their financial goals. With trusted relationships stemming over decades, Thomas’ friendly approach makes him a trusted friend to his clients. Thomas studied his Bachelor of Economics, Accounting and Business at Monash University and is registered as a Chartered Accountant (CA) and Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA).

Best describes Thomas: “He has a way of making you feel like you are his only client.”

Thomas Lee - Accru Melb

Contact: tlee@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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