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CEO update April 2022: Managed Service Companies, National Freelancers Day and more

In his April update, IPSE CEO Derek Cribb talks about HMRC's investigation into Managed Service Companies, Stress Awareness Month and the anniversary of IR35.

Coronavirus: Advice for the self-employed and freelancers

IPSE provides the latest updates for members and the self-employed on the coronavirus, including what we're doing to lobby government and the advice available for freelancers.

IPSE freelancer research reveals “the business case for holiday”

Taking time off improves freelancers’ work performance, a new study from IPSE has found.

Disabled people choose self-employment despite being ‘let down’ by government

IPSE's new report on the many disabled people turning to self-employment... but being let down by government.

Women turning to self-employment for better pay and working conditions

The number of women turning to self-employment has risen by 57 per cent since 2008, a new report by IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has found.

International Women's Day 2019 - Meet some of the women of IPSE

Today, we want to celebrate the women of #teamIPSE. We've spoken to IPSE staff and members alike about their ideas around the International Women's Day theme of #BalanceforBetter. We also wanted to take this opportunity to celebrate their greatest accomplishments. Meet some of the women of IPSE...

Tips on How to Manage Work-Related Stress

Guest blog: AXA PPP Healthcare provide 6 tips for how you can effectively manage work-related stress.

Quiet crisis: mental health and how to improve it

IPSE's Jyoti Rambhai on the mental health crisis and how self-employed people can improve theirs.