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IPSE: inflation drop is welcome short-term boost for freelancers

IPSE says the dip in inflation should be welcomed by most freelancers, but there are still warnings over Brexit turbulence and the state of the economy.

IPSE: Hermes announcement ‘muddying the waters’ of employment status

IPSE has warned the creation of a new 'self-employed plus' status by Hermes is muddying the waters of the debate about employment status

IPSE: BBC presenter scandal ‘another nail in the coffin’ of CEST tool

Evidence given to the Public Accounts Committee on the BBC presenter tax scandal raises more concerns that HMRC's CEST tool is not fit-for-purpose.

IPSE: Training key to helping self-employed women out of low-pay cycle

IPSE contributes to APPG Women in Work report calling for more training opportunities for self-employed women.

IPSE Annual Review 2018

A review of IPSE's work and achievements in 2018

IPSE: Rise in self-employment welcome, but government must take heed and give them the support they need

IPSE welcomes ONS data showing self-employment has risen but warns government must steer away from policies that risk forcing freelancers out of business.

No-deal Brexit: how it could affect you

IPSE's guide to how a no-deal exit from the European Union would be likely to affect the UK's freelancers and self-employed.

Comedian Carl Donnelly announced as IPSE 2019 Freelancer Awards host

TV and stand-up comedian Carl Donnelly has been announced as the host of the IPSE Freelancer Awards 2019.