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National Insurance Fund (Contribution Income)

Volume 641: debated on Monday 5 June 1961

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83.

asked the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance what is the estimated contribution to the National Insurance Fund, exclusive of National Health Service contributions, of the Treasury, employers, self-employed persons, non-employed persons, and employees, respectively, for 1961–62.

The following table gives the desired information:

ESTIMATED CONTRIBUTION INCOME* OF THE NATIONAL INSURANCE FUND 1961–62
Source of contribution.£ million.
Exchequer189
Employers471·5
Self-employed persons37
Non-employed persons5
Employees420·5
* It is estimated that the Fund will, in addition, receive interest income of £50 million.