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Want to sort the Loan Charge? Try fixing IR35

IPSE's Andy Chamberlain on why the Loan Charge fiasco and IR35 aren't as disconnected as you might think...

GDPR: Are you ready for the new data regulations?

GDPR comes into force on 25 May. So how can you ensure you are ready for the new data laws?

Employment Status Consultation: we want to hear from you

As we develop our response to the Employment Status Consultation, IPSE wants to hear the views of members.

News round-up: Carillion, Small Business Commissioner and Universal Credit

In the latest news round-up, Andy Chamberlain discusses Carillion, the Small Business Commissioner and Universal Credit.

Exercise caution over Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs)

Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) make an enticing case but, with HMRC cracking down over their use, IPSE urges caution.

Supreme Court ruling a welcome result for the self-employed

For those interested in employment status (yes, there are in fact many of us), the last couple of weeks have been fascinating.

IPSE welcomes Supreme Court ruling on “unlawful” employment tribunal fees

IPSE has today welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling that fees for employment tribunals are “unlawful”.

IPSE responds to the Taylor Review

Taylor Review's recommended ‘dependent contractor’ status doesn’t negate the need for a statutory definition of self-employment.