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?

Drop in inflation will benefit self-employed, but government policy remains a concern

IPSE has welcomed the fall in UK inflation, but warned that government IR35 tax policy is still a major worry for self-employed people.

Why has an Extraordinary General Meeting been called?

In December, IPSE’s Board approved a range of proposals to modernise the organisation’s governance arrangements. This article explains why an Extraordinary General Meeting been called.

Latest twist in Uber saga shows outdated employment statuses not working

IPSE has warned that today’s Court of Appeal ruling on the worker status of two Uber drivers shows the UK’s employment status system is not working.

IPSE: Government should look to self-employment to solve the NHS staffing crisis

To solve the NHS staffing crisis, policymakers must make the system work for the self-employed, a new report from IPSE and PPP has said.

Brunel University joins IPSE to support the next generation of freelancers

IPSE is delighted to announce a new partnership with Brunel university to support the next generation of freelancers.

IPSE, DWP and pensions industry begin trials to tackle self-employed pensions crisis

IPSE is delighted to announce that it is trialling new savings initiatives designed to help the self-employed save for later life.

IPSE ‘cautiously supportive’ of Government’s gig reforms

For most people gig work is good work, and the Government must ensure it doesn’t legislate people out of self-employment against their will.