To mark Small Business Advice week, IPSE is 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.
IPSE would today (8 March) like to mark International Women’s Day (IWD) by celebrating the outstanding contribution and achievements of the UK’s female freelance population.
The number of freelancers working in Greater London has increased by 59 per cent since 2008 according to research published by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed.
Freelancers’ contribution to the UK economy soared to £119 billion in 2016, an increase from £109 billion in 2015, according to new research published by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed.
Did you know three in five of all microbusinesses still rely on an Excel spreadsheet to manage their accounts? 60 per cent of 1.91 million is a lot of spreadsheets.
IPSE members can now benefit from a 70% discount on cloud-based accounting software for the first six months, thanks to a brand new relationship between IPSE and Intuit QuickBooks, the makers of the world’s number one online accounting solutio
IPSE has responded to the Government’s announcement of £440m in funding for more widespread superfast broadband.
If you’re a woman, you’ll earn less than a man. Those were the Prime Minister’s stark words in her first statement from Downing Street in July, reflecting a social injustice thrown again into the limelight this week by Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) research.
Caroline Martell takes a look at the current situation of Maternity Pay for the self-employed, and how things could be changing in the near future.