IPSE and CMME call on the government to end mortgage discrimination against the self-employed

IPSE and specialist mortgage provider for contract workers CMME are today calling on the government and the mortgage industry to end the discrimination against the self-employed.

Spring Statement 2022: Rise in dividend tax and National Insurance comes at the “worst possible time for self-employed workers”

IPSE has responded to the Chancellor’s Spring Statement today by saying that measures to tackle the cost-of-living crisis, though welcome, do not go far enough.

IPSE Q4 2021 Freelancer Confidence Index: Quarterly earnings hit their highest reported figure since prior to the EU referendum

IPSE research shows that freelancers' average quarterly earnings soared in Q4 2021 to their highest level since prior to the EU referendum.

IPSE and Penfold agree new deal to help freelancer finances

IPSE and digital pension provider Penfold have today agreed a new deal to help IPSE members with their pension.

CEO update February 2022: IR35, COVID-19 restrictions and Maternity and Paternity leave

In his February update, IPSE CEO Derek Cribb talks about umbrella companies, IR35 and the upcoming increase in National Insurance.

IPSE and Contractor Wealth agree new deal to help freelancers with their finances

IPSE and financial planning freelance specialists Contractor Wealth have agreed a new deal to help IPSE members with their finances.

New research from IPSE and Worksome

New research from IPSE and Worksome looks into the impact of the pandemic on self-employment.

IPSE responds to House of Lords Follow up Inquiry into IR35

IPSE responds to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee's follow up report on IR35.