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IPSE: British innovation under threat from new tax rules

The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) warns today that the proposed changes to off-payroll tax rules in the draft finance bill could seriously damage British innovation while creating a form of second-class employment.

IPSE responds to IR35 research

IR35 experts from IPSE respond to research revealed today showing that contractors have not been contacted about IR35 changes.

New HMRC guidance on Making Tax Digital

The government publishes new guidance for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT.

Network Rail blanket IR35 assessment is 'deeply concerning', warns IPSE

Network Rail’s ruling that 99 per cent of its contractors are ‘inside IR35’ is ‘deeply concerning’, IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has warned.

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.