Find out how the National Insurance contributions changes will affect you

Dementia Care
June 27, 2022

The Government has unveiled a new tool that can help indicate how National Insurance contributions will affect you from July.

From 6 July 2022, as an employee you will be able to earn more before you start paying National Insurance. This means you may pay less tax, after accounting for the recent Health and Social Care Levy.

This tool will estimate how the changes to the Primary Threshold and the Health and Social Care Levy will affect the amount of National Insurance contributions you pay.

NI threshold rise to £12,570

Earlier this year in a spring statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that National Insurance starting thresholds will rise to £12,570 from July, meaning people across the UK will keep more of what they earn before they start paying personal taxes.

The cut, according to government, will benefit almost 30 million working people with a typical employee saving over £330 in the year from July.

Do not use if you are self employed

This tool is not suitable if you are self-employed but there is more information on how you’ll pay National Insurance contributions.

Before you use the tool

This tool cannot provide useful results for everyone, so please check your eligibility
first – Estimate how the National Insurance contributions changes will affect you – and then use the tool.

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