HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) ביטוח לאומי טלפון helpline is an important number for anyone with questions about tax or benefits. The number is easy to find on payslips, P60s, tax returns and official letters about taxes or benefits.
NI numbers are two prefix letters followed by six digits and one suffix letter. The suffixes A, B, and C indicate the period of validity of the corresponding NI cards.
A National Insurance number (NI No) is a unique reference code that helps record your National Insurance contributions and credits. It is used by the Contributions Office and Inland Revenue. It has a format of 2 prefix letters, six digits and one suffix letter, such as QQ123456C. It is used as a form of identification in the UK. You can find your NI No on your pay slips, P60 or tax return forms. It is also printed on official letters from HMRC about taxes, pensions and benefits.
You will usually receive a NI No just before your 16th birthday if you were born in England, Scotland or Wales. If you live in Northern Ireland, the Department for Social Development will send it to you. It is yours for life and will never change, even if you move abroad or marry.
You can get a new NI No if you have lost yours or if you were born in another country and moved to the UK. In this case, you should contact your local Jobcentre Plus office. The office will interview you and ask to see your official documents. After the interview, you will be sent a letter containing your NI No and other details. If you want a confirmation letter, you can print it from your Personal Tax Account or by contacting the NI helpline if you are in England, Scotland or Wales, or the NI registration helpline if you are in Northern Ireland.
If you have an existing National Insurance company policy, you can renew it online. It is much easier and more convenient than buying a new one. You can also consolidate billing for multiple policies into a single account, which reduces fees and notices. If you don’t have a bank account, you can still pay your premium using cash.
A recent study on the impact of a digital health intervention showed that the mobile phone-based contribution payment system improved the chances of membership renewal in the NHIS. Specifically, the chance of renewal increased by 17.4 percentage points for those who used the mobile phone-based payment system compared to those who opted for the conventional biometric system at district offices. This effect was more pronounced among groups that had lower likelihood of enrolment or renewal in the NHIS prior to the introduction of this digital health intervention, such as males and informal sector workers.
NI numbers are unique to each individual, and it is important to provide them when applying for a concessionary bus pass or renewing an existing one. Providing your NI number will help us monitor fraud and deliver a more efficient concessionary fares scheme. The NI number has a format of two letters, six digits and a suffix of A, B, C or D. This staggered system operated from 5 July 1948 until 1975 when a new computerised NI record was introduced.
If you make a payment to HMRC online or by phone, the reference number is an 18-digit number which begins with 11. If you pay by Faster Payments or CHAPS, the payments reach HMRC on the same day (excluding weekends and bank holidays). If you pay by BACs, it may take 3 working days before the funds arrive.
You can use your National Insurance number to check whether you have paid enough National Insurance contributions for a full or reduced state pension. You can also find it on your payslip, P60 or tax returns and official letters about taxes or benefits.
The suffix letters A, B, C or D at the end of an NI Number indicate the period during which that card was valid. The A stagger cards ran from 5 July 1948 until 6 April 1975, while the B, C and D stagger NI Cards ran from June, September and December 1974 respectively until 6 April 1975. From that point onwards a computerised National Insurance Recording System (NIRS) was used to allocate all NICs by tax years.
You can write to HMRC at the address below with any questions or queries about your National Insurance. You can also call them at the phone number below, but you should have your National Insurance number with you, especially if you are calling about gaps in your NI record.
When reporting a claim with a national insurance number, you may do so by phone, post or online. HM Revenue and Customs will reply within five working days of receiving your claim form. You may also use this number to contact HMRC with general enquiries about your NI.
A national insurance number is a unique code used in the United Kingdom to identify individuals within the social security system. It consists of two prefix letters, six digits and one suffix letter, and it can be found on your payslip, P60 or tax returns. HM Revenue and Customs uses your NI number to track the qualifying contributions you make towards sickness, unemployment and widow’s benefits.