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IPSE research: Over fifties are driving the rise of self-employment

New IPSE research shows over-fifties have been one of the big drivers of the rise in self-employment over the last 10 years.

IPSE praises NEA as “vital tool” for the self-employed

IPSE's response to new government figures on the success of the New Enterprise Allowance.

National Work-Life Week: 21 per cent of freelancers spent their summer holiday chasing late payment

For National Work-Life Week, IPSE is calling on government to clamp down on late payment, to allow the UK’s 4.9-million self-employed workforce to enjoy a better work-life balance.

Freelance sector “flatlining” in the run-up to Brexit

IPSE's latest Confidence Index shows the freelance sector is stagnating in the run-up to Brexit.

IPSE freelancer research reveals “the business case for holiday”

Taking time off improves freelancers’ work performance, a new study from IPSE has found.

‘One more missed opportunity’: government disability measures leave behind self-employed, IPSE warns

IPSE responds to Theresa May's new raft of measures to support disabled employees.

Disabled people choose self-employment despite being ‘let down’ by government

IPSE's new report on the many disabled people turning to self-employment... but being let down by government.

IPSE: Government-led chaos hits freelancers

IPSE's latest Confidence Index shows freelancers are being hit by a double whammy of Brexit uncertainty and government tax policy.