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National insurance contributions are due on a person’s earnings from employment, provided that person is not outside the scope of national insurance which may be due to their age or residence status (see the Overview of NIC Classes, rates and thresholds guidance note).
The usual class of NIC that applies to earnings from an employment is Class 1, which has both an employee and an employer contribution. These are collected throughout the year under the PAYE system (see the Monthly compliance guidance note).
Earnings are defined for the purposes of national insurance as including 'any remuneration or profit derived from an employment (SSCBA 1992, s 3(1)) and for all intents and purposes can be taken as having the same meaning as earnings for the purposes of tax, as defined in ITEPA 2003, s 62. See the Taxation of cash earnings guidance note. The interpretation of the definition of earnings for tax purposes from various court cases also applies to the definition of earnings for NIC purposes. See NIM02010.
For the most part, earnings chargeable to tax under ITEPA 2003, s 62 are cash earnings, but there are two main categories of non-cash benefit that are taxable under that s
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