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Middle-income earners ‘to be hit hardest’ by national insurance rise

Workers on £30,000 to £50,000 will pay higher percentage of salary than those on £100,000, figures reveal

  • Boris Johnson ‘fully committed’ to national insurance rise

Earners of £100,000 a year could end up paying proportionately less in national insurance than those on middle incomes if a planned increase goes through in April, it has emerged.

Figures produced by the Tax Calculator UK website show those earning £100,000 a year will pay just 7% of their overall salary in national insurance contributions (NICs) – the same proportion of their income as someone on £20,000 a year.

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