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IPSE: Over three million self-employed could face bleak later years

Unless urgent action is taken, in ten years over three million self-employed people could be without a pension.

Freelance sector “flatlining” in the run-up to Brexit

IPSE's latest Confidence Index shows the freelance sector is stagnating in the run-up to Brexit.

The aggressive HMRC letters to GSK contractors – IPSE explainer

IPSE's statement on the HMRC letters sent to contractors for GSK.

IPSE freelancer research reveals “the business case for holiday”

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

Record self-employment powered by female freelancers

IPSE is calling on government to take action to support the self-employed, after new figures show a record high of people working for themselves.

IPSE: British innovation under threat from new tax rules

The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) warns today that the proposed changes to off-payroll tax rules in the draft finance bill could seriously damage British innovation while creating a form of second-class employment.

‘One more missed opportunity’: government disability measures leave behind self-employed, IPSE warns

IPSE responds to Theresa May's new raft of measures to support disabled employees.

IPSE welcomes new measures to end late payment

The Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy have today announced that for the first time, large businesses could be fined for failing to pay smaller suppliers on time.