Representing, protecting and supporting the self-employed
Join 74,000 of your fellow independent contractors, freelancers, consultants and interims
and gain access to a huge range of membership benefits, knowledge, experience and, of course,
our award-winning policy work with Government
Why join IPSE?
From training to networking opportunities, IPSE provides the tools to help your business reach its full potential. You can also benefit from exclusive discounts to save you and your business money.
At IPSE, we understand that risks is part and parcel of self-employment. That's why we're always on hand with the services to protect you: from legal support and tax defence to life assurance.
Big companies can look after themselves, but what about you? IPSE works hard day in day out to represent the interests of the self-employed in government and across the country.
IPSE are here to take care of you and help grow your business. We keep your mind at ease, with taxation cover, default cover, life assurance and much more.
Are you a student, beginning your journey into the self-employed world? This membership is perfect for you! Get access to essential business tools, member-only events and discount to 1000's of brands.
Current members, do you need a new password?
On October 31st we launched this completely new website and our security protocols have changed. If you're an existing member and haven't already done so, you'll need to set a new password. Click the button on the right to start that process.
Enjoy the new site.
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IPSE is at the forefront of research into self-employment. We work with our members, leading academic institutions and research partners to understand the role of self-employment in the economy.
IPSE's Policy and External Affairs team is dedicated to working with Government and Parliament to ensure the UK is a fairer place to be a freelancer and self-employed. We achieve this by building relationships with key decision makers; developing robust policy; working with key partners across the sector; and undertaking innovative research.
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