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Umbrella regulation in “precarious position” after tax admin day

Proposals to enact a due diligence regime for the umbrella company market are in a “precarious position” unless government shows “urgency” to develop them, IPSE warned today.

Budget 2024: Self-employed tax cuts “encouraging” but Chancellor fails to “grasp the nettle” of IR35

IPSE responds to measures announced by the Chancellor at the 2024 Spring Budget statement.

More than one million over 50s now work for themselves despite pandemic's impact on self-employed

New research by IPSE uncovers a post-pandemic surge in over 50s in self-employment, despite an overall decline in the self-employed population.

Tax breaks for self-employed welcome but government has "much more to do"

IPSE responds to the news of National Insurance cuts for the self-employed at the 2023 Autumn Statement.

Mandy Clarke steps back from IPSE's Board of Directors after seven years

Outgoing Co-Chair Mandy Clarke has stepped down as a Director after serving more than seven years as a member of the Board.

Boost in self-employed numbers “good news for business”

IPSE has celebrated new statistics showing that the self-employed population has grown for four consecutive quarters - the first time this has happened since the onset of the pandemic.

Britain’s top freelancer of the year celebrated for promoting transparency in journalism

The winner of the 'Outstanding Freelancer Award' was unveiled at the IPSE Freelancer Awards 2023.

A message from IPSE’s Co-Chair Iain Sturrock on National Freelancers Day

Find out what exciting things are happening at IPSE, what changes members can expect in the near future and how you can get involved in our campaigns.