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Blogs and Articles
Universal Credit will be a disaster for the self-employed. So why are so few people sounding the alarm?
Our new report with FSB calls for a movement of mass self-organising among the self-employed. Ben Dellot gives an overview of the report’s findings.
Following the release of our new report ‘The Self Organising Self-Employed’, FSB chairman Mike Cherry blogs on the importance of collaborative initiatives and what the Government can do to support them.
As self-employment becomes an ever more significant aspect of the UK economy, how can the lack of sick pay and peer support be tackled? Stuart Field discusses Bread Funds.
Moray Mcphil FRSA responds to our Entrepreneurial Audit with some recommendations that would improve the lives of the self-employed.
A tax hike for the self-employed is on the cards in tomorrow's Budget. But without mobilising public support for reform, the Chancellor risks his very own 'pasty tax' moment.
Our new report, The Entrepreneurial Audit, argues that paring back corporation tax and culling regulation are at best insufficient policy moves, and at worst damaging to the long-term interests of the business community.
The government is right to refresh the economic rules of the game in industrial policy, employment practices and corporate governance, but that success will rest on treating all three areas as interdependent.
Pension coverage for the self-employed is pitiful, with just a fifth signed up to a private scheme. Could nudging be part of the answer?