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IPSE: “Inadequate” off-payroll review “leaves freelance sector floundering”

IPSE responds to the "disappointingly hasty and inadequate" review into IR35 announced by the government.

A message from the CEO

A Christmas message from IPSE CEO Chris Bryce.

IPSE welcomes Loan Charge review but issues stark warning over IR35 endorsement

IPSE has welcomed the government review of the Loan Charge, but warned that the review's endorsement of the changes to IR35 is "disappointing".

IPSE: Queen’s Speech brings welcome late payment and pension reforms – but government must not lose sight of freelancer tax promises

IPSE welcomes Queen's speech reforms, but warns the government must not forget its tax promises to freelancers.

IPSE welcomes new government and IR35 review promise

IPSE responds to Boris Johnson's Conservative Party election victory.

IPSE welcomes Javid IR35 pledge, but warns about April launch

IPSE cautiously welcomes Sajid Javid's pledge to review IR35, but warns it must also not be rolled out in April 2020.

Freelancers’ confidence is the lowest on record, but they have “kicked into overdrive” to prepare for IR35 and Brexit

IPSE's latest Confidence Index shows freelancers' confidence is the lowest on record and they are working more to prepare for a difficult year.

IPSE’s manifesto policy tracker: how do the parties compare?

Two weeks ago IPSE launched it’s manifesto for the 2019 General Election. Entitled 5 Million Votes, it is our most comprehensive manifesto to date and contains forty recommendations, covering areas as diverse as the tax system, disability, workhubs and digital infrastructure. Here's how the parties' manifestos compare.