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Making self-employment work for disabled people

Last week, IPSE released a report which found that over 50,000 disabled self-employed workers in the UK have missed out on government support. IPSE’s senior researcher, Inna Yordanova, explains what the report found and how IPSE will use these findings.

Conference chaos, but still striving for the self-employed

IPSE's Director of Policy Simon McVicker on the conference season and what it all means for freelancers.

How to combat loneliness as a freelancer

Going it on your own can sometimes be a lonely business. In this latest guest blog theatre-maker and writer, Naomi Joseph, discusses her experience when dealing with loneliness as a freelancer and the different approaches that can be taken to alleviate loneliness.

Barnett formula: New Chancellor, new challenges

IPSE's economic advisor gives his monthly update on the economy, with thoughts on the coronavirus and the Budget.

IR35 rears its ugly head again

IPSE is asking for contractors to get in touch with their MPs to raise awareness about the IR35 legislation on Parliament's Order Paper this week.

How remote working is changing lives

Right now, more and more people are leaving the daily office grind for a better working life. And nowhere more than among the self-employed.

The CBI are right- reform business rates to help the self-employed

IPSE agrees with the CBI that business rates don’t work, and we are calling on the government to reduce or even remove business rates for shared work spaces.