Treasury confirms increase in NI threshold

Jonathan Stapleton
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Rising threshold will not impact state pension eligibility
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Rising threshold will not impact state pension eligibility

The government has confirmed it has increased the National Insurance (NI) threshold from £8,632 to £9,500 from April.

Confirming the move in today's Budget, chancellor Rishi Sunak said the move would mean those earning under £9,500 would pay no NI whatsoever, saving 31 million people across the UK up to £104 a year...

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