National Insurance 'full year'

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fwlfjweliflswlwl Posts: 1 Newbie
edited 25 January at 9:51AM in Cutting tax
Hi, 
So, I've just filled in my self assessment tax return and have yet to pay (or be asked to pay) National Insurance. However my record on the Gov.uk website states that I have a 'full year'. How can this be? I am usually asked to pay NI after filing my return but this hasn't happened this year. I haven't earned much but it was over £6725. I thought I still had to contribute to get a full year. Have things changed this year?

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  • stubrown55
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    Hi, 
    So, I've just filled in my self assessment tax return and have yet to pay (or be asked to pay) National Insurance. However my record on the Gov.uk website states that I have a 'full year'. How can this be? I am usually asked to pay NI after filing my return but this hasn't happened this year. I haven't earned much but it was over £6725. I thought I still had to contribute to get a full year. Have things changed this year?
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    Hi, 
    So, I've just filled in my self assessment tax return and have yet to pay (or be asked to pay) National Insurance. However my record on the Gov.uk website states that I have a 'full year'. How can this be? I am usually asked to pay NI after filing my return but this hasn't happened this year. I haven't earned much but it was over £6725. I thought I still had to contribute to get a full year. Have things changed this year?
    From the 22-23 tax year if your profits are above the SPT then you are treated as paying class 2 NI but do not have to make a payment.  Below the SPT then you can pay voluntary class 2.


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