“Unexpected and welcome” that government has sent self-employed notifications early, but don’t forget limited companies, IPSE says

IPSE welcomes news the government is sending SEISS notifications early, but warns limited companies and others must not be forgotten.

IPSE welcomes “much needed dose of sense” from House of Lords Committee highlighting “the inherent flaws in IR35”

IPSE has welcomed a new House of Lords Committee report that condemns the planned IR35 changes.

AA and IPSE in new partnership to support self-employed with breakdown cover

IPSE announces a new partnership with the AA.

IPSE research: over-60s and new mothers among groups most likely to miss out on government self-employed support

New research by IPSE sheds light on the new self-employed most likely to miss out on government support.

IPSE tells Treasury Select Committee limited company contractors and the newly self-employed urgently need more support

IPSE's Andy Chamberlain warns the Treasury Select Committee limited company contractors need more support.

IPSE welcomes news Small Business Minister is considering support for “utterly despondent” limited company contractors

IPSE has welcomed news the Small Business Minister is considering ways of supporting limited company contractors, warning that many are "utterly despondent".

Nearly half of self-employed fear they will not have enough money to cover basic costs despite government support

New IPSE research shows the groups that are falling through the cracks of the self-employed support scheme and urges government to do more for them.

IPSE welcomes new business loan expansion, but warns more must be done for limited company self-employed

IPSE has welcomed new extensions to the business loan scheme, but says the government must find new ways to support self-employed people working through limited companies.