Firms may face extra ...400m NI bill

Kidd, Andrew
November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/28/97, Issue 5066, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on Social Security Secretary Harriet Harman's proposal to freeze the thresholds of earnings brackets for employers' National Insurance (NI) contributions in 1998/99 and effectively impose a new tax on British employers in an effort to make up the 400 million pounds needed to refund the NI contributions made by actors and musicians. Terms of the proposal; Significance for the furniture industry.


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