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IPSE’s 2017 Autumn Budget Analysis

IPSE’s post-Budget report provides a comprehensive review of the implications of the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget for the self-employed.

IPSE announces new relationship with AXA PPP Healthcare

IPSE is delighted to announce a new relationship with AXA PPP healthcare, whereby our members can benefit from a series of health and wellbeing advantages.

Chancellor listens to IPSE and the UK’s smallest businesses

Chancellor Philip Hammond listens to IPSE's warnings about lowering the VAT threshold and extending IR35 into the private sector.

Stay of execution on IR35 is welcome news

IPSE's Deputy Director of Policy Andy Chamberlain discusses the IR35 implications following the delivery of the Chancellor's Autumn Budget.

The Autumn Budget: exploring the economics

IPSE's Tom Purvis outlines the economic results from Chancellor Hammond's Autumn Budget.

The Autumn Budget: what it means for the self-employed

IPSE's Jordan Marshall explains the implications of the Budget for freelancers and the self-employed.

Worrying times for the self-employed

IPSE member Philip Ross on the increasingly difficult environment for freelancers and the self-employment.

IPSE welcomes Select Committee calls for clear employment definitions

IPSE has responded to a new report on modern employment from the Work and Pensions and BEIS Select Committees.