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Freelancers feeling the squeeze from inflation, IPSE warns

Freelancers will feel the latest inflation rise particularly badly compared to employees, IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has warned.

IPSE Board elections 2018: why you should think about standing

Being a director at IPSE is also about being able to make a difference. Nominations are now open for four Board vacancies.

Government must halt Universal Credit rollout, IPSE warns

The Government must urgently reconsider UC rollout and heed the growing warnings about the damage the policy has caused.

Pensions PR problem creating self-employed savings crisis, IPSE report finds

Pensions have a PR problem that is helping to create a self-employed savings crisis, an IPSE report has found.

IPSE Board elections 2018

The IPSE Board elections 2018 are open and we are electing four new Directors. Find out what it means and whether you have what it takes.

The Conservative Government should show support for business by scrapping IR35 plans

As we look to grow our economy post-Brexit, we cannot afford to jeopardise the future of our hardworking self-employed community.

Making learning agile

To celebrate IPSE’s partnership with QA, here are a few ways freelancers can adopt an agile mantra and aide their professional development.

Labour’s gig plan will drive stake through heart of flexibility people crave

The Labour Party’s proposal to provide statutory rights to everyone in the ‘gig economy’ will strangle innovation at birth.