national insurance contribution

national insurance contribution
National Insurance Contributions must be paid by employers and employees. They are collected through the "pay as you earn" (PAYE) income tax collection system. The employer must make appropriate deductions from earnings and make payments of both his and his employees' contributions each month.

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