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NIC

Abbreviation for Nursing Interventions Classification.
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For example, women aged 60 or over, and men aged 65 or over, who are working, do not pay national insurance contributions.
Winner: Inland Revenue National Insurance Contributions Office.
The assembly has met all the costs including the employers' National Insurance contributions.
Under a new policy, passed at the party's annual conference in Brighton yesterday, Holyrood would be given the power to increase employee National Insurance Contributions.
BRITAIN'S chartered accountants have called on Chancellor Gordon Brown to simplify the tax system by merging income tax and national insurance contributions into a single system.
When affected workers reach retirement age, they may not receive their full entitlement of state earnings-related pension (SERPS), which is dependent on their record of National Insurance contributions.
Companies are already suffering from the interest rate rise in November and they have not yet felt the full impact of the increase in National Insurance contributions.
A: Anyone can get a retirement pension forecast based on their own or former spouse's National Insurance contributions by completing a form BR19.
The climate change levy - a tax on energy use in industry, commerce, agriculture and the public sector - is meant to be offset by an accompanying cut in employers' national insurance contributions.
She agreed to a seven-year disqualification after admitting she carried on the business knowing that it was insolvent, and failing to file VAT returns or make PAYE or National Insurance contributions.
People who paid national insurance contributions throughout their working lives in expectation of receiving a decent basic pension have been betrayed.
Firms have already been forced to put hundreds of workers on proper job contracts and pay national insurance contributions for them.

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