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National Insurance

Last updated on 19 May 2015

What is National Insurance?

You pay National Insurance contributions throughout your working life, to build up your entitlement to certain benefits, including the State Pension.

The contributions you pay depend on how much you earn and whether you are employed or self-employed. You stop paying National Insurance contributions when you reach pension age. You can check your National Insurance contributions on www.gov.uk

Why is my National Insurance Number important?

Your National Insurance number is unique and stays with you for life. It is used to collect a record how much National Insurance contributions you have paid, and this is used to pay your state pension when you retire. For more information visit www.gov.uk

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News - COVID 19 - How to Limit your exposure and survive.

This situation is going from bad to worse, and its time for us to step in and create an article on how you can minimise the risk of you contracting the pandemic virus COVID-19.

HOME

Your home is the safest place, there is no better place to spend most of your time away fron contagion. But you cannot stay here for continuously. Food supplies, work or other circumstances may require you to go outside.

THE STREETS

The second you walk out of your door the risk heightens exponentially.
The most highest areas of exposure are people walking and passing near you. Every waft of air you experience when walking past someone is an exceptionally high risk.

Both those oncoming and those walking in the same direction as you.
"Every waft of air you experience when walking past someone is an exceptionally high risk."
Most instances involve proximities where breath vapours can be easily transmitted to you. With approaching pedestrians try to make a wide berth of at least 2 meters when passing.

There is more exposure following closely behind a person. As you walk directly into the stream of microscopic vapours. So If someone in front of you and is walking too slowly pass them as soon as possible, using a wide berth.

If the pedestrian is already walking in front at a swift pace drop far behind them and let them go 5 meters minimum.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

avoid public transport during the Corona Outbreak Without a doubt public transport is the number 1 catalyst for virus transference. The reasons being,

a. Close proximity to others
b. Holding poles, pressing stop and door opening buttons.
c. Overcrowding on the underground and mainline trains. We understand that you might need to use public transport but limit the usage as much as you possibly can.

SHOPPING STORES

4) I’m sure, by now, you have found most stores to be out of Loo Roll, Eggs and other necessities. Use your memory to think of the most sparsely populated and most recently opened stores as you would have the most luck with these.

Further NationalInsurance info

National Insurance Number Registration

When do I receive my National Insurance number?

A UK national insurance number (NINO) is given to you when you are
  • 15¾ years old
  • or when you apply for one if you were not registered in the UK benefits system

What happens if I have not used my national insurance number?

Your National Insurance number will become dormant and disappear from the HM Revenues and Customs system if you do not use it. This will happen if you have never worked or claimed benefits in the UK.


What happens if my National Insurance number does not appear in the HM Revenues and Customs system?

This may happen if your have changed your name, if you number has not been used or if you are returning to the UK after living abroad. This may cause problems when you want to claim your state pension.

Who can I contact for help with my National Insurance Number?

Contact National Insurance General Enquiries for help with your National Insurance.

Visit www.gov.uk if you have lost your National Insurance number.

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