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IPSE welcomes “much needed dose of sense” from House of Lords Committee highlighting “the inherent flaws in IR35”

IPSE has welcomed a new House of Lords Committee report that condemns the planned IR35 changes.

Private sector IR35 delay – 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.

Preparing for the changes to IR35: what you need to know

IPSE's Andy Chamberlain and Inna Yordanova explain the changes to IR35 and how they could affect you and your business.

IPSE: “historic Coronavirus stimulus is very welcome”, but IR35 plans still “drastically undermining” the contracting sector.

IPSE has said Rishi Sunak’s “historic Coronavirus stimulus package” is “very welcome” but its “disastrous” plans to extend the changes to IR35 are “drastically undermining” the contracting sector.

Alternatives to IR35 – what are the policy options?

After submitting evidence to the House of Lords IPSE has set out a range of alternative policies to IR35 for simplifying self-employed taxation.

IPSE: IR35 review “recklessly inadequate” as government pushes ahead with “catastrophic” policy

The government IR35 review published today is “recklessly inadequate”, IPSE has warned.

IPSE submits evidence to Lords inquiry into IR35 rollout

IPSE has given written and oral evidence to the House of Lords’ Finance Bill Sub-Committee inquiry into the Government's proposal to extend IR35 to the private sector from April 2020.

IPSE: Early ‘light touch’ will not stop IR35 changes doing 'immense damage'

IPSE responds to a speech by Chancellor Rishi Sunak saying that just taking a "light touch" to the IR35 changes in the first year won't be enough.