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IPSE response to May CBI speech: ‘Jobs miracle’? Get ready for ‘self-employed catastrophe’ unless government changes course

IPSE responds to Theresa May’s comments on the ‘jobs miracle’ at the CBI , warning that, without change, there could be a ‘self-employed catastrophe’.

Is your contractor business vanilla or pistachio?

Sign up for our webinar on Tuesday 20 November: ‘The Definitive Guide to Winning Work in 2019’.

BBC tax scandal is start of ‘slippery slope to IR35 disaster’

IPSE has responded to a report released today by the National Audit Office, Investigation into the BBC’s engagement with personal service companies.

IPSE: Hostile government policies drive self-employment down again

IPSE has commented that the continued drop in self-employment is down to hostile government policies.

Comedian and best-selling author Adam Kay to headline National Freelancers Day

IPSE is delighted to announce that award-winning comedian and best-selling author of This is Going to Hurt, Adam Kay, is the headline speaker NFD 2019.

Budget Universal Credit reforms disincentivise employees and self-employed alike

IPSE has responded to a Resolution Foundation report, saying UC disincentivises employees and the self-employed alike

Professional development: why it matters for IT professionals

Guest blog: QA, the UK's leading IT training provider on why professional development matters for IT contractors.

Freelancers: what you need to know about personal data protection and GDPR

Guest blog: David Short, Legal Director of Astrid Data Protection Ltd, on what freelacers need to know about GDPR and data protection.