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Is this the end of National Insurance?

The lovely wibbly wobbly old lady

Reposted from the Telegraph

Now call me an old cynic, but is Gidiots’ plan to merge National Insurance and Income Tax  a vain attempt to minimise the savage staff cuts in HMRC. 

Does Gidiot not know that National Insurance is not a duty or a tax, that is why the recovery of it is treated as a civil debt through the county courts … and don’t even get me started on the IT system that would need to be put into place to support this plan (Universal Credit  Chaos anyone?)

 http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/aug/02/universal-credit-staff-flagship-reform

Oh well, interesting times ahead!

National Insurance numbercard

Most employees and the self-employed pay National Insurance (NI) of up to 12 per cent on a huge chunk of their earnings Photo: ALAMY

Income tax and National Insurance could be merged under one of the biggest shake-ups of the tax system for decades.

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