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Covid-19 Report 2020

This new report by the University of Edinburgh Business School in association with IPSE examines the impact of coronavirus on some of the UK’s highly skilled freelancers. It shines a light on the groups that have been left out of government support measures and highlights the devastating effects that this lack of support is having on their businesses, personal finances and home-life.

Limited Company Director Template Furlough Letter for the CJRS

A template letter, developed by IPSE, for limited company directors who wish to furlough themselves to access the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).

IPSE Coronavirus sole traders webinar 29 April

IPSE's webinar of advice and guidance for sole traders on getting support during the Coronavirus crisis.

Pensions: Six Simple Tricks If You're Self-Employed

From setting up a pension to lowering your pension fees, here are six easy steps you can take to maximise financial wellbeing in your later years.

Women in Self-Employment

This report explores the perceptions, attitudes and concerns of self-employed women, as well as their experiences in self-employment.

IPSE Letter to The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP on COVID-19

IPSE's letter to the Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock, on the government's response to the coronavirus and its implications for the self-employed.

IPSE's submission to the House of Lords

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.

IR35 in the Private Sector Results

IPSE's survey showing the damage the changes to IR35 will do to contractors, clients and the economy.