An IPSE membership provides financial cover and legal protection against HMRC investigations, as well as cover for if a client goes into administration and more.
- 25 Sep 2020
IPSE's Andy Chamberlain outlines why we have written to the Chancellor this week calling for a 'focused, flexible and fair' approach to coronavirus support for the self-employed.
IPSE CEO Derek Cribb introduces our latest Impact Report, setting out what we've been doing in the last year to support the self-employed, and how we're continuing to meet member needs.
Andy Chamberlain discusses IPSE's recent work in Parliament on IR35, coronavirus support and the risk of tax rises.
IPSE’s Senior Researcher Inna Yordanova discusses the negative impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the mental health of the self-employed.
"IPSE's advice on business support is well-informed and clearly written. IPSE understands that business owners don't have the time to be delving through Google."
IPSE's Andy Chamberlain talks through the threat of tax rises for the self-employed - and what IPSE is doing about it.
The number of freelance working mothers has increased by 79 per cent since 2008, but how much support do they get?
IPSE’s Freelancer Confidence Index for Q2 2020 suggests that freelancers’ businesses are still being impacted by the pandemic.
An IPSE membership offers support and protection from the unpredictable world of self-employment. Find out more about the levels of IPSE membership today.