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SEISS: as ‘race to open up’ begins, IPSE warns of ‘hamstrung’ limited company director sector

IPSE responds to SEISS round 4, warning of the dire situation of excluded freelancers compared to the rest of the workforce.

IPSE: continued fall in self-employed numbers shows sector is “undermined and disadvantaged” as the economy opens up

IPSE warns of 'undermined' self-employed sector as freelance numbers fall by 700,000 on the year.

SEISS: How to apply for the self-employment grant

The complete step-by-step guide to easily and quickly claim the fourth round of the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, with questions answered by the self-employment trade body IPSE.

CEO update April: IR35 changes, fighting for a fair tax system, a new self-employed advice section and more

In the latest CEO update for April, Derek Cribb reveals how our brand-new advice and support pages will support members after the IR35 changes.

As BBLS closes, IPSE praises scheme but warns of “rising tide” of self-employed debt

IPSE responds to closure of BBLS applications, praising the scheme but warning of rising debt.

IPSE: A year after the first lockdown, self-employment has seen “a shattering financial loss” as 1 in 8 have left and many more are “desperately struggling”

With self-employed numbers falling by 660,000 compared to the same time last year, IPSE warns of the financial damage the pandemic has done to the sector.

On International Women’s Day, IPSE warns of “disproportionate financial struggle” of female freelancers during the pandemic

IPSE research shows the significant financial strain the pandemic has put on the UK's female freelancers.

The Budget offers "hopeful vision" for many self-employed, but many others are still struggling

IPSE has welcomed the fact the Treasury has heeded its calls to get support to the newly self-employed, but warned many others are still struggling.