Supportive accountancy and tax service with Frances Conn at Figureweave Accountancy. To help you control your finances and sleep at night.
Figureweave Accountants can help you grow your Croydon and South London business
There’s more money in your numbers!
I have created two FREE ebooks with great tips, advice and insights to help you avoid the mistakes that many business owners make, reduce your costs and increase your profits.
Seven mistakes to avoid when setting up your new business.
27 ways to make and save money for your business.
All services are tailored to your individual needs. Accounts, Bookkeeping and Tax are just some of the many services I offer. Take a look at the ways I can help you and your business.
Who I Work With
Whether you’ve been in business in Croydon, Purley or Caterham for many years, or have just started, I’ve something just for you. Click on one of the options below for more information.
I’ll give you lots of accountancy advice and help so you can get the numbers you need to better control your business.
I’ll show you how to monitor project profitability, and how to spot opportunities and threats from your numbers.
Sole trader, partnership or limited company? Get advice early on so you’re on the right track from the start.
“Frances has been working with us for the past 6 years and has been brilliant! Our business would not be where it is without her.
She has guided us through the transition from sole trader to limited company and is incredibly knowledgeable on all aspects of accounting and other business advice.
We would fully recommend her services.”Ben Wilkinson
Latest From The Blog
My blogs discuss the latest news from HMRC, accountancy and bookkeeping tips, and business advice that can help to improve your profits and cashflow.
Are you sure fraud could never happen in your business? If you’ve not thought about prevention, you’re risking theft of your money/goods by an insider. Fraud is endemic in the small business world as well as in much larger businesses. It’s often carried...read more
HMRC's statements have begun hitting the mat. And a lot of people are going to be alarmed and confused.... Anyone whose 2017 tax return was their first tax return after starting in business and their tax bill for that year was £1,000 or more and 80% of it...read more
Make sure you understand the rules - if you provide other annual entertainment for staff in addition to the Christmas party it could take you over HMRC's exemption limit and cost you more tax. On the other hand, if you stay within the spending limits you...read more