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Want to sort the Loan Charge? Try fixing IR35

IPSE's Andy Chamberlain on why the Loan Charge fiasco and IR35 aren't as disconnected as you might think...

Economic forecasts: Carney’s doom clouds over the Channel

IPSE's Ryan Barnett on the Bank of England's "Super Thursday" and what it means for you.

The 2019 house price fall: what does it mean?

Over two consecutive months, in November and December of 2018, we saw UK house prices fall by 1.5 per cent, but what does this mean for you?

Your vote, your voice, your IPSE

Why I'm asking you to back the Board's AGM proposals: IPSE CEO, Chris Bryce.

'No deal' or not, restrictions on free movement will affect freelancers

Twenty-seven per cent of IPSE members took up contracts in EU countries last year. Brexit risks creating a system that makes it extremely difficult for UK-based independent professionals to move and work freely once we leave the European Union.

New Year, New Me

Set yourself a realistic new year's resolution that you can keep.

Dieting, Exercise and Tax Returns – the perennial January cocktail

For the self-employed, January means tax return deadlines

Everything you need to know about Making Tax Digital for VAT but were too bored to ask

VAT registered businesses will be required to keep VAT records digitally and submit returns electronically from April 2019. Are you prepared?