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    • Val75
    • By Val75 13th Apr 18, 10:50 PM
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    self employed benefit 13th Apr 18 at 10:50 PM
    If you have paid 18 years national insurance stamp, then been self employed for a few years, then out of work, is there any help out there? Thank you
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    If you have paid 18 years national insurance stamp, then been self employed for a few years, then out of work, is there any help out there? Thank you
    Originally posted by Val75
    Income based yes.

    I!!!8217;m assuming by your wording that you have not paid sufficient contributions through your self employment for contribution based. It!!!8217;s based on a set two years previous, you could have worked 50 years and paid NI but not paid in your qualifying years if leaving to go SE.
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