Direct quote from the web-site in the related link... "The suffix dates back to when contributions were recorded on cards which were returned annually, staggered throughout the tax year. "A" meant the card was to be returned in March; "B" in June; "C" in September and "D" in December. Although contribution cards are no longer used, the suffix has remained an integral part of the NINO."
In the UK, the National insurance number, or NI, is a number that is issued for the purposes of paying tax and receiving social security benefits. No, the British National insurance number does not expire.
The 2 letter prefix to the National Insurance Number represent the approximate year of birth.
Generally, you will receive a National Insurance card when you are 15.
is a social security number the same as a national insurance number
The number for National Insurance depends on the region where you live. A dedicated agent on the official National Insurance website will be happy to find it for you.
my reference no is . 085969672 and i complete the form fo national insurance number for4 days ago. whats my status for national insurance number.
I am unable to find my National Insurance number and card therefore who do i contact and how can i retreive this.
I have lost my national insurance number in the uk my name is Joy Sarah Jane Gold, my date of birth is 5/2/1962. My british passport number is 707667802 . My email address is email@example.com. Please advise of how to retrieve this information
By realising that the minimum age at which someone can obtain a national insurance number is 16.
National insurance numbers are personal information and do not come under public documents.
for life you only get one its a unique Your National Insurance number is your own personal account number. The number makes sure that the National Insurance contributions and tax you pay are properly recorded on your account. It also acts as a reference number for the whole social security system. Every National Insurance number is different. It's made up of letters and numbers
Ask the British Embassy in your home country. If you are already in the UK, ask the Home Office.
Usually it is a "National Insurance Number" or NIN, which is in fact made up of letters and numbers. Google National Insurance Number if you need more info.
National insurance is a scheme where people in work make payments towards benefits. The payments are called national insurance contributions and certain benefits are only payable if you meet the national insurance contribution conditions. National insurance contributions also go towards the costs of the National Health Service. The national insurance scheme is administered by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).If you claim a benefit or tax credit, you will need a national insurance number. This applies even if it is not a benefit which depends on national insurance contributions. You will also need to supply your national insurance number in other circumstances, for example, when you get a new job.National insurance contributions (NICs) See the Related links below.
no you dont :)
Your national insurance number is yours from the minute you receive it to the day you die. It does not change or become invalid.
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Normally your P45 from your last job and/or National Insurance card.
If you live in Germany and would like to work in England how can you apply for a National Insurance Number?
Contact DWP in Newcastle
The toll-free number listed for National Travelers Life Company, Insurance is 800-232-5818.
A policy number is a number or combination of letter and number that designates that policy from all others within an insurance company.
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