Chancellor Alistair Darling today announced a 0.5% rise in both employer and
employee national insurance contributions, which will take effect from April
He also announced plans to raise the minimum income level at which national
insurance becomes payable to bring it in line with personal allowances for
income tax. Darling said the raising of the lower starting point was aimed at
ensuring the national insurance rise did not unfairly disadvantage those on
lower incomes, and pledged that no one earning under £20,000 per year would pay
any more in national insurance under the new rules.
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