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National Insurance contributions

payments by individuals and employers to obtain contributory benefits such as the state pension.
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THE number of businesses that have requested a National Insurance Contribution holiday in Wales has plummeted to a new low, shows new research.
Whether you get this can depend on how many national insurance contribution years you have completed.
This means you and your employer pay a slightly lower National Insurance contribution and you are promised a certain amount of superannuation pension in place of the PS26 or so you are giving up.
a person who does not qualify for the Employment and Support Allowance can protect his/her national insurance contribution record by continuing to claim limited capability for work credits.
If your civil partner dies, you may be able to qualify for a State Pension based on your deceased partner's National Insurance contribution record or you may be entitled to some Graduated or Additional Pension.
And 31% said reducing national insurance contribution (NICs) payments for the first six months of employment would encourage them to take on additional people, while 11% said extending the NICs holiday scheme would be an incentive.
I HAVE gaps in my National Insurance contribution record for the state pension.
National Insurance contribution levels are also being altered, with the earnings ceiling at which the 11% rate falls to 1% being increased from pounds 670 to pounds 770 a week.
We paid above the standard national insurance contribution but are now being short changed.
Releasing the NAO's report on the National Insurance Fund, Auditor General Sir John Bourn said: ``The Inland Revenue continue to face challenges in maintaining individuals' National Insurance contribution records, upon which large amounts of the public's benefit entitlement depend.
Sir John Bourn, head of the NAO, said: "In the meantime these problems will continue to have a significant impact on the Inland Revenue's ability to manage National Insurance contribution debt and the taxpayer is continuing to bear compensation costs for payments made to those individuals who have suffered from delays.
The National Insurance contribution is calculated as a percentage of one's salary and is the same thing as income tax.

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