National insurance calculator
Everyone who lives and earns in the United Kingdom has to pay National Insurance (NI). This is applied to employees and self-employed persons. According to your employment status and income, the National Insurance amount will vary.
Our National Insurance Calculator will help you to figure out how your National Insurance contributions will be this tax year. Our calculator is updated for the current tax year (2021-2022).
Do I Have to Pay National Insurance?
For the current tax year (2021-2022), employees who earn above £9,568 during the year must pay National Insurance.
In addition, self-employed people who earn more than £6,515 will pay Class 2 contributions while those who earn more than £9,568 will pay Class 4. For the current tax year (2020-2021), Class 2 contributions are required at £6,475 while Class 4 at £9,500.
How Do I Pay National Insurance?
National Insurance and income tax are deducted from employees’ salaries before receiving them. Self-employed people will pay via a self-assessment tax return.
Use our National Insurance Calculator to deducted from your income this year.
National Insurance Calculator
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