National Insurance shake-up could see THREE MILLION middle earners paying hundreds of pounds more each year
Almost six million workers could end up paying hundreds of pounds a year more in national insurance, under proposals in an official report.
The shake-up would leave three million earning over £35,000 a year worse off, experts warned, and would also hit millions of workers juggling a number of low-paid jobs.
The move, proposed by Government advisers at the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS), would see HM Revenue & Customs calculating national insurance annually rather than monthly – the same way it does income tax – to make the rules simpler.
Last night, experts warned that the changes... read more
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