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For which state benefits National Insurance contribution will be counted in United Kingdom?

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For which state benefits National Insurance contribution will be counted in United Kingdom?

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    National Insurance contributions count towards the benefits as following: 1. For Basic State Pension National Insurance for Class 1( employees), Class 2 (self-employed) and Class 3 (voluntary contributions) will be counted. 2. For Additional State Pension only Class 1 (employees) National Insurance contribution will be counted. 3. For Contribution-based Jobseeker’s Allowance only Class 1 (employees) National Insurance contribution will be counted. 4. For Contribution-based Employment and Support Allowance Class 1 (employees) and Class 2 (self-employed) National Insurance contribution will be counted. 5. For Maternity Allowance Class 1 (employees) and Class 2 (self-employed) National Insurance contribution will be counted. 6. For Bereavement benefits contribution of National Insurance of Class 1( employees), Class 2 (self-employed) and Class 3 (voluntary contributions) will be counted. Class 4 contributions paid by self-employed people with a profit over £7,605 don’t count towards state benefits.

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