TaxPersonal TaxRevenue revises NIC website content

Revenue revises NIC website content

The Inland Revenue has made several changes to the National Insurance Contributions-related content of its website.

National Insurance Contributions have been removed as a featured area. All of the existing content can be accessed by following the above link.

Additional Frequently Asked Questions have been added on the subject of National Insurance Numbers and the structure and navigation of National Insurance FAQs has been improved.

New links to rates tables, Helplines and Orderlines, FAQs, Local Offices and forms have been added to the National Insurance Contributions Office Index page.

National Insurance Contributions Helplines and Orderlines have been added and existing numbers updated.

Additional information has been added on the Telephony and Debt Management Group.

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