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Hello, if you were genuinely an employee, then it is usual for the employer to operate a PAYE scheme where they deduct all due taxes direct from your pay and they then make all payments due by you to the Revenue. So if you were an employee and earn at least the minimum for NI contributions to be made, it is compulsory for the employer to operate the PAYE scheme and make these payments on your behalf
Do you happen to know what the minimum is?
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Hi sorry only just seen this, the lower earnings limit for 2013-2014 is £109 a week
Hope you didn't think I was being rude. Thank you once again for your assistance.
Do you know where I could look it up for 2009-12?
not a problem, here are the other rates
2009 - 2010 - £95
2010 - 2011 - £97
2011 - 2012 - £102
2012 - 2013 - £107
the new rates apply when the new financial year starts every April
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It is not the same as income tax, which is what you pay on your income, NI contributions are paid towards certain state benefits, you can get the full list here:https://www.gov.uk/national-insurance/what-national-insurance-is-for