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IPSE urges “tapered end” to SEISS to avoid “cliff-edge” for freelancers

IPSE responds to the Chancellor's mini statement, warning the self-employed face a "cliff-edge" without a tapered end to SEISS.

IPSE welcomes Resolution Foundation report recommending government should be ready to re-open and expand self-employed support

IPSE welcomes a Resolution Foundation report urging the government to prepare to reopen and expand support for the self-employed.

IPSE statement on IR35

IPSE's official statement on the Finance Bill and the changes to IR35 legislation.

At least 50,000 disabled self-employed people not getting the support they need from government, IPSE research finds

New IPSE research reveals the experiences of disabled self-employed people and the lack of support for them during the Coronavirus crisis.

IPSE: new SEISS flexibility for parents is very welcome, now it’s “a small step” to extend this to other “desperate, struggling groups”

IPSE has welcomed the government making SEISS more flexible to stop self-employed parents losing out because of their parental leave.

IPSE welcomes “sorely needed” select committee report highlighting freelancers left behind by government support

IPSE has welcomed a Treasury Select Committee report highlighting the lack of support for freelancers working through limited companies and other forgotten groups.

Coronavirus: what IPSE is doing and advice for freelancers and the self-employed

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.