Source: HM Revenue & Customs | 02/01/19
HMRC offers an online service to check a National Insurance record. In order to use the service you will need to have a Government Gateway account. If you don't have an account, you can apply to set one up online.
By signing in to the 'Check your National Insurance record' service you will also activate your personal tax account if you haven’t already done so. The personal tax account can be used to complete a variety of tasks, from updating an address, managing your child benefit and completing your self assessment return.
Your National Insurance record online will let you see:
In many circumstances it can be beneficial to make voluntary Class 2 contributions to increase your entitlement to benefits, including the State or New State Pension. Class 2 NICs were due to be abolished from April 2019 but the government announced last September that the planned abolition of Class 2 NICs has been cancelled.
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Some accountancy websites also provide pages and pages of tax information, helpsheets, etc. We prefer to give clients personally tailored advice. So, if you want details of tax rates and allowances just go to the HMRC website on which you should find what you’re looking for. If you need more individual advice please contact us.
Below are links to websites you may find of interest, but as we like to support our local community and clients, we have included links to websites that may be of interest: