A national survey from IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has found that many freelancers are struggling to find ways to save for their retirement.
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.
IPSE has today (Monday 14 November), responded to a report from the Money Advice Service, which states teenagers are “ill-prepared” over their finances post education.
IPSE has responded to today’s (28 October) decision by the Central London Employment Tribunal to recognise Uber drivers as workers, not as self-employed.
Brexit and the implications for Scotland’s place in the UK and EU was the hot topic at the SNP Conference in Glasgow.
IPSE has today (Friday 21 October) responded to HMRC launching a specialist unit to crackdown on ‘gig economy’ firms.
For European Freelancers Week (17-23 October), IPSE looks at the rise of freelancing across the continent
We know freelancing is on the rise in the UK. But is it as popular in Europe? Research suggests that the answer appears to be, yes.
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 the publication of a report today (Tuesday 18 October) on self-employment, carried out by the Resolution Foundation.
On Tuesday 11 October IPSE held a Twitter chat to discuss the Government’s controversial proposal to change how contractors are taxed in the public sector.