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, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has responded to the Government beginning a review of the 'gig' economy, led by the RSA’s Matthew Taylor.
The headline news from this Autumn Statement is not good. Not good at all. The Government is going to push ahead with changes to the way IR35 works in the public sector. IPSE believes the changes will result in contractors being unfairly taxed more than they should be.
Any positives in today’s Autumn Statement were overshadowed by the confirmation that seriously damaging changes to IR35 in the public sector will go ahead next year. The implications are extremely significant both for public and private sector contractors.
By now you’ll be aware of the Government’s ill-considered and fundamentally flawed proposals to reform taxation for public sector contractors.
The Government’s proposal to change the way contractors are taxed in the public sector is a disaster.
IPSE has today (Friday 21 October) responded to HMRC launching a specialist unit to crackdown on ‘gig economy’ firms.
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.
The HMRC proposals for changes to IR35 assessment in the public sector has drawn a lot of bad press in the freelance and contractor arena since their announcement in the summer. JSA’s Head of Accounting Operations, Chris James, explains another elephant in the room, w