The plan to cease the Class 2 National Insurance Contributions, which were announced by George Osborne in his last Budget in 2016, have been permanently shelved by the government. The Chancellor, Philip Hammond has reversed plans that would have saved more than three million workers £150-a-year in National Insurance Contributions saying that it "would not be right to proceed during this parliament." The concerns are over the impact it could have on self-employed people with low profits and in a statement to MPs, Robert Jenrick, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, said: ‘A significant number of self-employed individuals on the lowest profits would have seen the voluntary payment they make to
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