CEO update September: The support debacle, threatened tax rises and IPSE leading the fight

Derek Cribb's update for September covers our campaign against self-employed tax rises, our response to the Winter Economy Plan and more.

Private sector IR35 in 2021 – what you need to know

The changes to IR35 have been delayed for a year in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. Here's what you need to know.

Coronavirus: What IPSE is doing and advice for freelancers and the self-employed

IPSE provides the latest updates for members and the self-employed on the coronavirus, including what we're doing to lobby government and the advice available for freelancers.

The Chancellor's Winter Economy Plan does not do enough for the self-employed

The details of the Chancellor's support package for the self-employed and why IPSE believes it's not enough.

IPSE: SEISS announcement is “woefully inadequate”. Government must do more for the self-employed, especially forgotten freelancers who face “dark winter ahead”

IPSE warns the new support for the self-employed still misses out one in three and may not be enough

IPSE warns of “alarming and avoidable” drop in self-employment as numbers continue to fall

IPSE responds to drop in self-employed numbers, warning government must get ready for "fair, flexible and focused" extension of SEISS.

IPSE Price Changes: Q and A

IPSE is raising some of its membership prices in October 2020. We have made significant improvements in recent months to make sure you’re getting more from your membership –but also, in financially difficult times, we need a little more support to keep campaigning for you and protecting your business.

One in four self-employed struggling with mental health because of covid turmoil

New IPSE research shows the drastic impact the coronavirus crisis has had on freelancers' mental health.