It’s Small Business Advice week and IPSE is contributing to the discussion with a series of advice blogs for the small business community.
To mark Small Business Advice Week, IPSE will be contributing to the discussion with a series of advice blogs written exclusively with the small business community in mind.
IPSE’s Tristan Grove speaks to award-winning freelance writer, PR professional and social media consultant Beverley Reinemann.
Driven by Brexit and government policy, the confidence of the UK’s two million freelancers has plummeted to the lowest level on record, according to research conducted by IPSE.
Whilst the battle against IR35 was far from over, there was a growing sense amongst the PCG leadership, and indeed the wider membership, that the organisation needed to broaden its horizons, address other issues and become a fully-fledged, multi-policy lobbying group.
In light of NIESR’s report on the economy in the second quarter of 2017, IPSE has issued a warning about rising costs for freelancers and the self-employed. Although NIESR (the National Institute of Economic and Social Research) made positive predictions about renewed g
IPSE has today welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling that fees for employment tribunals are “unlawful”.
Far too often small businesses in the UK face major issues in the shape of late or non-payment. The problem is fraught and the lack of financial stability can, in severe cases, prevent those affected from paying essential household or business bills.
IPSE is delighted to announce a new partnership with data company Experian, whereby our members will receive access to products and reports to help them manage and negate credit risk.
Inflation has unexpectedly dropped to 2.6%, ONS figures have revealed. But with the cost of living still high and inflation still outstripping earnings, the self-employed and others across the UK continue to feel the squeeze.