IPSE responds to the Chancellor's 2021 Autumn Budget
As furlough and SEISS come to a close, IPSE warns excluded freelancers are still mired in debt.
IPSE responds to the government announcement that it will be raising both dividend and National Insurance taxes.
In his CEO Update for August, Derek Cribb discusses some changes to IPSE Board, threats to the self-employed such as potential tax rises and also IPSE's 2020/21 Impact Report.
IPSE responds to Labour's proposal to replace existing employment status definitions with a single "worker" status for all but the genuinely self-employed.
IPSE warns that the Government's "narrow" self-isolation exemption list leaves freelancers "in the lurch" and that for many self-employed people, being told to isolate can be a "financial catastrophe".
IPSE urges government not to reintroduce the Universal Credit Minimum Income Floor next month, which bars hundreds of thousands of self-employed from the benefit.
IPSE says expected re-opening of the economy is a "huge relief" for many self-employed people, but government involvement "must not end here".