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HMRC lose yet another IR35 case to BBC and Loose Women star

IPSE responds to HMRC's latest IR35 defeat against Loose Women star Kaye Adams.

Self-employed sector “barrelling towards disaster” with IR35, IPSE warns

Extending the changes to IR35 from the public to the private sector will wreak havoc on freelancers, IPSE has warned

IPSE: One in four self-employed “know nothing” about digital tax change next week

New IPSE research finds a quarter of self-employed people do not know about the Making Tax Digital changes coming into force next week.

HMRC lose yet another IR35 case – if they don’t understand IR35, how on earth do they expect businesses to?

IPSE's Andy Chamberlain on HMRC's latest IR35 defeat and what it means for the self-employed.

IPSE: Lorraine Kelly victory shows HMRC ‘completely in the dark’ about its own IR35 legislation

IPSE has responded to the announcement that ITV's Lorraine Kelly has won a £1.2 million tax battle with HMRC.

Rising numbers of female self-employed show “freelancing is a feminist issue”

IPSE welcomes new ONS data showing more women are turning to self-employment than ever before.

The CDC Pension: what is it and why should you care?

IPSE's Jonathan Lima-Matthews on the new kind of pension that could be a big opportunity for the UK's vulnerable self-employed.

No-deal vote welcome, but self-employed need real certainty on Brexit

IPSE has welcomed Parliament's opposition to a no-deal Brexit, but warned more certainty is needed for the self-employed and all businesses.