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29 Jun 2016
The Government has stated that it will send letters to more than 100,000 individuals who may potentially miss out on the new State Pension due to their lack of national insurance contributions (NICs).
24 Jun 2016
The 2016 Budget confirmed the government’s intention to abolish Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NICs) from April 2018.