From soaring inflation rates and rising cost of living, to IR35 changes and Brexit – being self-employed has always carried a higher risk, but with the current volatile climate, your finances are more important than ever.
"A cross between freshers' week and a Star Trek convention": Ashley Cowburn on the Liberal Democrat party conference
British politics has always tended to create drama, from noble tragedies to farcical melodramas. But in recent years it seems to have been in a state of constant crescendo, its cast of characters duelling and destroying each other left, right and centre.
IPSE’s Tristan Grove speaks to award-winning freelance writer, PR professional and social media consultant Beverley Reinemann.
IPSE’s Tom Hayward spoke to Abigail & Chloe Baldwin, creative directors of Buttercrumble; Leeds-based design duo and finalists in IPSE’s Aspire Freelancer of the Year Awards.
For eight years the IPSE magazine has brought the most up-to-date and relevant information to the community that we represent, first under the title of Freelancing Matters, and later evolving into the IPSE Magazine.
Determination, skill and vision – IPSE’s shining lights make National Freelancers Day sparkle with another triumph.
The case for a UK Small Business Commissioner
It is with great pride that we announce the finalists for this year’s national Freelancer of the Year Awards. To acknowledge the great diversity in freelancers that entered, we have two categories this year and a total of fifteen finalists.
“You asked for it, so let’s make it count!”
Julie Deane OBE speaks to James Gribben at IPSE about how she wants her self-employment review to make a difference to the 4.5 million people who work for themselves.