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National insurance: a UK tax which is complex and vulnerable to political intervention

By Gavin Midgley, Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting, University of Southampton
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The UK government has announced plans to raise the rate of national insurance by 1.25% to fund increased spending on health and social care. The move has divided opinion – and also brought attention to a tax that is one of the largest in terms of treasury revenue (second only to income tax), but probably one of the least understood.

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