IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has today (Monday 29 February) opened the IPSE Freelancer Awards, a nationwide competition to find the UK's brightest and best freelancers.
Refer a friend or colleague, and earn £10 or £20 for each person you refer with IPSE’s Member Get Member scheme!
As a big thank you to our members, IPSE has launched an improved Member Get Member scheme which rewards members for referring membership to their friends and colleagues.
Freelancer MoneyBox provides financial guidance and advice to independent professionals. It allows freelancers to gain valuable advice on everything from banking, accountancy, mortgages, pensions, tax and financial planning which will help advance their career.
Being self-employed means taking responsibility for many of the things employees take for granted, such as saving, tax returns and pensions.
At some point between now and the end of 2017, the UK will head to the ballot box to determine whether or not we should remain in the EU – arguably the most important vote for the next generation.
“The rise in the adoption of agile freelance business models by industry has been a transformative feature of economies over the last decade.
IPSE’s Nick Walton gets to know the newly crowned Freelancer of the Year.
In recent weeks and months I have written to you to enlist your support in opposing measures which would harm the UK’s smallest businesses: the toughening up of IR35 and the restriction of travel and subsistence tax relief.
Tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday 25 November) will see the Chancellor, George Osborne deliver his Autumn Statement and Spending Review to Parliament.