Most UK residents will automatically be assigned a personal national insurance number around the time that they turn sixteen. A national insurance number is a personal identification number assigned to you by HM Revenue and Customs, and you need it so that the HMRC can keep correct track of how much tax and national insurance you have paid throughout your working life. You also need the number when applying for benefits, when in employment, or if you are a student and are applying for a student loan. There is a National Insurance Contact Number that you can call if you have any queries to ask the HMRC specifically about things to do with national insurance.
If you are looking for a National Insurance Contact Number to call, there is, helpfully enough, a dedicated NI Contact Number that you can call, so you don’t have to go through a general customer enquiry line to have your queries answered. You may need to call the National Insurance Phone Number for a variety of reasons, although usually you will call the NI Contact Number if you need to apply for a national insurance number if you never received one, or if you have lost your national insurance number or card and want to ring the NI Phone Number to ask for a replacement card or a number reminder.
The National Insurance telephone number to call is 0843 515 9454, and you can call this National Insurance phone number every day between Monday and Friday. You can call NI phone number between 8.30 in the morning and 5 in the evening. The people that will receive your call on the above telephone number will be happy to help in any and all matters regarding national insurance, whether you are just simply looking for more information about national insurance, or whether you need to apply for a national insurance number or a replacement national insurance card.
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