IPSE has responded to the five-year inflation high reported this morning, warning of the risk to freelancers across the UK.
IPSE has expressed dismay at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) call to raise taxes for the self-employed.
IPSE has responded to BBC actor Robert Glenister’s tax tribunal result, saying the case highlights the confusion and need for clarity in the self-employed sector.
IPSE has responded to Matthew Taylor’s comments at his hearing with the BEIS and Work and Pensions Committee today.
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The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed (IPSE) welcomed the Chancellor’s recognition of businesses’ contribution to the UK economy, but called on him to use his Budget on 22 November to back the self-employed.
IPSE has today responded to HMRC’s IR35 forum minutes, which failed to accurately detail a number of significant concerns that were raised about the legislation in the public sector.
We’d like to hear from you as part of IPSE’s Confidence Index – the only survey of its kind that tracks the business performance and economic outlook of independent professionals and the self-employed across the UK.
Many examples exist of tax schemes offering enticing rates of up to 85 per cent of gross take home pay. A large number of these schemes involve the use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs). As a general rule of thumb, these schemes are best avoided.
Inflation has unexpectedly climbed to 2.9%, ONS figures revealed this morning. The increase brings inflation back to the peak levels reached in June, after a dip to 2.6% in July.