National Insurance threshold has changed – how to check if you're going to be better off

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National Insurance threshold has changed – how to check if you're going to be better off

Britons must pay National Insurance if they’re 16 or over and are either an employee earning above £190 a week, or self-employed and making a profi

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Britons must pay National Insurance if they’re 16 or over and are either an employee earning above £190 a week, or self-employed and making a profit of £6,725 or more a year.

Once someone has reached the state pension age of 66 years then they no longer need to keep paying National Insurance.

In April this year, Britons began paying more for National Insurance.



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