Can i get back all my NI contributions


Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Am working full-time but with my student visa which will soon expire after which I can get a post-study visa.

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

TaxFix

If you are working and living in the UK and have a national insurance number you can claim back a portion of your national insurance contributions into a private pension fund. This is known as contracting out of the state pension.

You can apply and read more about this service here:

http://taxfix.co.uk/National-Insurance-Rebate.html

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Anonymous

If I would claim back a portion of your national insurance contributions into a private pension fund, could this other found be in the other country or must be UK one?

Monday, September 27th, 2010

di

Hi there, I have lived in uk for 6 years but planning to return back home in January 2011. Can i claim tax back ?

And also is it going to be a cheque written under my name or is it cash?As i was going to ask a friend to sort it out for me.

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

TaxFix

Di: If you leave the UK you can claim a tax refund.

When you stop working you will be given a P45 and you can make your claim then.

The refund can be in the form of a cheque or direct deposit. You can authorise your friend to act on your behalf.

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Amit

Hi – I have worked in the UK from October 2010 – Sept 2011. I am still in the Uk and planning to leave the country in a week. I have been making pension contributions (in addition to my employer’s pension contributions) and will be transferring the accumalated amount to a QROPS plan overseas. I am wonderinf if it is too late to get my National Income contributions moved over as well? Effectively, I want to check IF i can claim NI contributions rebate and how…