Tax Deducted but no N.I.
Has anyone come across companies/organisations, particularly in the education sector, that deduct tax at the standard rate from the contractor/employee but not national insurance?
I've got an example of this from a well known organisation who take tax at the standard rate and issue a quasi P60 at the year end which they say is "not a tax certificate" - they do quote what looks like a PAYE reference number.
I've no problem in entering the numbers on an employment supplement and the client has sufficient other income to maintain minimum figures for state pension but this is a new one on me.
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