IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has today (Tuesday 15 November) reacted to the UK's Consumer Price Index, which fell to 0.9 per cent in October, down 0.1 cent from September.
By now you’ll be aware of the Government’s ill-considered and fundamentally flawed proposals to reform taxation for public sector contractors.
A survey of freelancers working in creative industries revealed an estimated average loss of £5,394 per person per year, due to working for free.
IPSE has today (Tuesday 18 October) reacted to the UK's Consumer Price Index, which rose to one per cent in September, up from 0.6 per cent in August.
IPSE has responded to speeches today (3 October) at the Conservative Party Conference from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond MP and Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has today issued a stark warning to the Government about its plans to reform IR35 legislation for public sector engagements.
The sharing economy is growing, fast. A recent list of the most influential sharing economy companies numbers show them at a whopping nine hundred.
IPSE has engaged tax specialist EY to write its analysis for the 2016 Budget. This briefing summarises those tax announcements in the Budget which are most likely to affect IPSE members.
Today’s Budget was a rather mixed bag for the UK’s 4.6 million self-employed workers. The abolition of Class 2 NICs, cuts to corporation tax and pledges for housebuilding and infrastructure were great news .
Responding to the Chancellor’s Budget, IPSE Chief Executive Chris Bryce commented: