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IPSE in response to Public Accounts Committee: “hopelessly outdated” tax system played “key part” in support gaps

IPSE has supported a Public Accounts Committee report and condemned the UK's outdated tax system for its 'key part' in the gaps in support.

IR35 update from the CEO

IPSE CEO Derek Cribb discusses an upcoming debate on IR35 in the House of Lords and IPSE's latest campaigning.

IPSE warns against tax rises on the self-employed at Treasury Select Committee appearance

IPSE gave evidence to the Treasury Select Committee this week to warn against tax rises on the self-employed.

CEO update September: The support debacle, threatened tax rises and IPSE leading the fight

Derek Cribb's update for September covers our campaign against self-employed tax rises, our response to the Winter Economy Plan and more.

Private sector IR35 in 2021 – what you need to know

The changes to IR35 have been delayed for a year in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. Here's what you need to know.

IPSE highlights lack of coronavirus suppport and threat of IR35 at the London Assembly

This week, IPSE's Andy Chamberlain gave evidence to the London Assembly on the impact of coronavirus on freelancers and the other challenges facing them - particularly IR35.

CEO update July: IR35, new campaigns and more from your membership than ever

In his update for July, IPSE CEO Derek Cribb discusses IR35 in the Finance Bill, membership improvements and new campaigns on the horizon.

IPSE: Government must not make tax more complex for freelancers with MTD

IPSE responds to government plans to extend the Making Tax Digital programme.