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Mother's Helps and National Insurance contributions

The amount and type of National Insurance contributions you pay depend on whether you're employed or self-employed and how much you earn. The rates shown below are for the 2011-12 tax year.
 
IF YOU ARE EMPLOYED
 
If you're employed you pay Class 1 National Insurance contributions. The rates are:
 
  • if you earn more than £139 a week and up to £817 a week, you pay 12 per cent of the amount you earn between £139 and £817
  • if you earn more than £817 a week, you also pay 2 per cent of all your earnings over £817
 
You pay a lower rate if you're a member of your employer's contracted-out pension scheme.Your contributions are deducted from your wages by your employer
 
PRIMARY (EMPLOYEE) CONTRIBUTION IS NOW ASSESED
 
Bellow £102 - Nil National Insurance Contribution
Between £102-£139 - 0%
Between £139-£817- 12%
Above £817 - 2%
 
You can find more information on http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/ni/intro/basics.htm

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