Self-Employed National Insurance

Published / Last Updated on 30/01/2014

If you are self-employed then national insurance contributions are calculated depending on profits.At the date of this video, if your profits are between 0 and £6000 there is no national insurance to pay.If the profits are above £6000 then you pay a flat rate.If profits are between £7500 and £41,000 then you pay a flat rate and extra depending on the amount of profit you have.The figures in the video are approximate as they change every year.

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