Talmix believes in the power of partnerships and, this week, joining the ranks of the Talmix partners, is IPSE: an organisation who are passionate about representing, defending and protecting the self-employed.
As the Home of Independent Talent, Talmix is passionate about delivering value and benefit to our consultant community that not only enables business growth but also opportunities and access to additional offers that will help them to develop their own career prospects, skillsets and value proposition.
How does that help you?
As a vetted Talmix consultant, you have access to a bespoke, discounted, IPSE subscription service which includes:
- Private Healthcare
- Tax and Legal Helplines
- Cloud Bookkeeping
- Pensions and Savings Advice
- Build a Professional Website
- Specialist Contractor Mortgages
- Business Insurance
- Online Legal Tools
- Credit Checking and Client Analysis
What is it going to cost?
Taking advantage of this bespoke membership agreement, the package will cost the the consultant £99 + VAT, per year, and is payable directly through the IPSE / Talmix site, which can be found here.
What else do you get
IPSE also organise around 100 events every year – all with the intention to engage, inform and connect you to other like-minded independent professionals. Ranging from seminars to workshops, roundtables to webinars, there are many additional ways to get involved and build your personal network even more.
Who is IPSE?
“IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, is the voice of the UK’s self-employed population who make up one in seven people working today”. Similar to Talmix, this organisation believes in the power of an independent workforce and is focussed on providing as many opportunities as possible to empower independent contractors through support, mentorship, accessibility and more.
To understand more about all the benefits available to Talmix consultants, click here, or, watch this broadcast where they appeared as a guest panellist in discussing the IR35 tax policy and how that would affect independent workers.
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