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Cost Of Administration

Volume 65: debated on Thursday 30 July 1914

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44.

asked the hon. Member for St. George's-in-the-East in how many approved societies and branches was there a deficiency on administration account for the period ended 12th January, 1913; to how many permission was given by the Commissioners to carry forward the deficiency to the year ending 11th January, 1914; and in how many a levy was made on the members in accordance with the National Insurance Act, 1911?

I am making inquiry and will communicate the information asked for to the hon. Member so far as it is available.

58.

asked the hon. Member for St. George's-in-the-East whether, in accordance with the Government Estimates, the total cost of administration of the National Insurance Act for one year is £4,136,340, made up of cost of central administration £876,140, administration by committees and societies, payable by them, £2,579,400, and £680,800 payable out of moneys provided by Parliament, or is the latter figure included in the former figure?

No, Sir. The sum of £2,579,400 includes £680,800 payable out of moneys provided by Parliament.