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IPSE provides guides, tips, tools and templates for you to use to help run, manage and protect your business. We add to these daily and update them on a regular basis.

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Getting the self-employed on the property ladder

IPSE and CMME have collaborated on a bespoke research project to further understand self-employed people’s experiences around mortgages.

Letter to MP - IR35 Feb 2021.docx

A template letter to MPs calling on them to delay and rethink the changes to IR35.

IPSE Freelancer Confidence Index Q4 2020

The survey measures overall trends in the market for freelancers in order to identify inflationary pressures, business confidence, and an overview of freelancers’ perception of general economic conditions for Q4 of 2020.

IR35 HMRC webinar 4 February 2021.pdf

The full presentation from IPSE's informational webinar on IR35 with HMRC.

IPSE 2021 March Budget Submission.pdf

IPSE's submission to the Chancellor ahead of the 2021 Budget.

The Self-Employed Landscape Report 2020

The 2020 edition of IPSE and Kingston University's annual reports looks at the demographics and characteristics of the solo self-employed and how these have changed between 2019 and 2020.

IPSE Freelancer Confidence Index Q3 2020

The survey measures overall trends in the market for freelancers in order to identify inflationary pressures, business confidence, and an overview of freelancers’ perception of general economic conditions for Q3 of 2020.

The Cost of COVID: How the pandemic is affecting the self-employed

To further understand the gaps in support and freelancers’ deteriorating financial circumstances, IPSE and Starling Bank have collaborated on a dedicated piece of research examining their finances throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The following report focuses on some of the key factors impacting freelancers’ work-related and personal finances.