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Tax-efficient ways you can reward your employees

Rewarding your employees for loyalty or a job well done is a great way to boost morale and productivity. What if you could get the best of both worlds however and reward your employees in a way which benefits your company’s financials? Below we share some great ways you can do exactly this. Pensions An…Read More

The things you should consider before starting your own business

Running your own business can be great – you have complete control, you get to work with the people you want to work with, it’s exciting watching it grow and you get to reap the benefits of the profits. There is a lot of hard work involved with setting up your own company however and…Read More

The benefits of outsourcing payroll

Payroll management is time consuming and difficult so it’s not surprising that very few business owners enjoy it or like to do it themselves. If you’re currently in the process of weighing up whether or not to carry on as you are or outsource this service, here are a few benefits which should help you…Read More

Everything you need to know about Pension Auto Enrolment

  Pension Auto Enrolment, also known as Automatic Enrolment, is a new law that means all employers must automatically enrol their workers into a workplace pension scheme. Although this process is automatic for your staff because they don’t have to do anything, it’s not automatic for the employer and there are steps you need to…Read More

How to prepare your business for the Christmas holidays

The decorations are up, carols can be heard blasting from every high street shop and party planning is underway. It’s official – Christmas is well and truly upon us. Although the festive period is a fun and jolly time of year, understandably, it can actually be very difficult for businesses to get through. From managing…Read More

The most common mistakes people make on their tax return

Completing a tax return can be daunting, confusing and easy to get wrong if you don’t know what you’re doing. In order to help you avoid making any mistakes, below are some of the most common errors people make on their self assessment forms. Typos The most common mistake that business owners make is not…Read More

The billionaires who started with nothing

It’s easy to assume that anyone who is worth a fortune got off to a good start in life but this certainly isn’t always the case. Below is a list of just some of the billionaires who may never need worry about rubbing two pennies together now but started with much more humble beginnings. Howard…Read More

The Accountancy Rich List

For 25 years now, the world eagerly awaits the annual Sunday Times Rich List. From musicians, actors and TV personalities to politicians and business owners, the list is always filled with a huge variety of people. Being accountants ourselves, we wondered if and where those in the finance industry feature on the list and we…Read More

The Windsor Accountancy Tax App gets a makeover

As the world has gone crazy for mobile phone apps, a while back Windsor Accountancy launched our very own tax app. We may be a little biased but personally, we think it’s great and we’re even more impressed with the features after its recent makeover. As well as having a general overhaul to improve the…Read More

Following on from the first part of our ‘how to switch off from your business and enjoy your holiday’ special, this week we bring you our final instalment. Read on to find out how to ensure you will be able to relax while you’re lying on that beach rather than worrying about your staff, workflow,…Read More

The benefits of making friends with your competitors

Most businesses wouldn’t dream of being nice or helpful to their competitors – let alone friends. However, in reality, most businesses actually have very few competitors because even though you may operate in the same market, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you will ‘play’ in the same space and target the same demographic with the…Read More

Top Tax Tips for Year End Planning

The 5th April 2014 sees the end of the 2013/2014 tax year which means that this is the last day you can use up your annual exemptions for capital gains tax, inheritance tax and ISAs. Although it is highly recommended that you utilise the skills of your accountant during this time, there are a number…Read More


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