national insurance

  1. social insurance program in Britain; based on contributions from employers and employees; provides payments to unemployed and sick and retired people as well as medical services
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  • The rise was to fund concessionary bus fares, compulsory waste recycling, increased National Insurance, extra planning staff and pay rises, he explained.
  • A first move is to abolish the national insurance ceiling on contribution.
  • Any benefit for middle and higher earners will be offset by a bigger than expected rise in national insurance and a double-digit increase in capital gains tax. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Defendant would then pay the incapacitated person that amount, less any pension contribution if he or she was in the pension scheme and less tax and National Insurance.
  • The planned rise in employers' national insurance contributions has been partly revoked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Be responsible for bringing company's products into catalog of National Insurance schedule.
  • All the women who had paid full National Insurance contributions had sufficient contributions to be eligible for unemployment benefit.
  • Ronnie looked through the information in the printout: National Insurance number, post code, shoe size, acronyms listing memberships of RAC, RSPB, N (ational) T (rust). The Obald, Book 1: 1983. Chapter 1: Tuesday November 1 « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog
  • What exactly am I paying taxes and National Insurance AND a private pension for if I then have to pay extra tax to be cared for in my dotage, which is also on top of all the extra "stealth" taxes I am paying now (petrol, VAT taxes on savigs etc) plus the extra ones dreamed up to plug the hole in the national budget. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • The carer can claim the national insurance credits regardless of whether the person needing care claims benefits. Times, Sunday Times
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