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Archived Tables & Guides

ReferenceDescription
2016-17 CF391 IOM National Insurance A and J tables
2016-17 CF393 IOM National Insurance B and C tables
2016-17 CF392 IOM National Insurance D E and L tables
2016-17 Developer's Software Guide
2015-16 CF391 IOM National Insurance A and J tables
2015-16 CF392 IOM National Insurance D, E and L tables
2015-16 CF393 IOM National Insurance B and C tables
2015-16 Developer's Software Guide
2014-15 CF391 IOM National Insurance A and J tables
2014-15 CF393 IOM National Insurance B and C tables
2014-15 CF392 IOM National Insurance D E and L tables
 2014/2015 Developer's Guide
NICs Class 1 historical rates and thresholds
NICs Class 2 Other and Class 3 Voluntary historical rates
NICs Class 2 and 4 historical rates and thresholds
CF392(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2013/2014 Book 2
CF393(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2013/2014 Book 1b
CF391(IOM National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2013/2014 Book 1a
 2013-14 Developer's Software Guide
CF392(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2012/13 Book 2
CF393(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2012/13 Book 1b
CF391(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2012-2013 Book 1A
2012-13 Developer's Software Guide
CR398(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2011 - Book 3
CF392(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2011 - Book 2
CF393(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2011 - Book 1B
CF391(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2011 book 1A
2011-12 Developer's Software Guide
CF398(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2010 - Book 3
CF392(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2010 - Book 3
CF393(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2010 - Book 1B
CF391(IOM) National Insurance Contributions (NICs) Tables 2010 Book 1A
2010-2011 Developer's Software Guide
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