Insight Exchange editor Valme Claro talks through the last 30 days for the AccountingWEB audience.
After domination of MTD preparation, traffic in April shifted back to many of our regulars – IR35, ICAEW disciplinary reports and benefits in kind.
Following the deadline for the introduction of the MTD for VAT scheme, traffic picked up for other HMRC stories about benefits in kind and glitches in the self assessment system, followed by stories on late payments and the UK's youngest accountant.
Tax editor Rebecca Cave analysed HMRC’s IR35 tax demands to freelance BBC presenters in the most read article on the site this month.
Elsewhere, Power BI and Excel continue to be among the favourite topics on the technology and business fronts.
Here are the top articles on AccountingWEB for April 2019:
- HMRC blitzes BBC presenters with IR35 tax demands
- When is a van actually a company car?
- HMRC computer wipes out tax demands
- From schoolbooks to bookkeeping: Teen stakes claim as UK's youngest accountant
- Disciplinary: Accountant banned after preparing false and misleading accounts
- Why aren’t firms signing clients up to MTD for VAT?
- Holland & Barrett named and shamed for late payment
- Power BI: Rolling 12 months and YTD
- CMA calls for 'operational split' of audit market
- New US bill spikes free tax software alternative
- Power BI: Why would you, when you already have Excel?
- IRIS adds Hosted Accountants to its portfolio
May promises to be busier still as we enter events season. Click here as AccountingWEB head of insight John Stokdyk walks you through what the month ahead holds for the UK accounting profession.