If you would like some information regarding the National Insurance, then contact HMRC on the phone on 0300 200 3500. You can also contact them via textphone on 0300 200 3519 or if you’re abroad, on +44 191 203 7010.
The National Insurance is very important for any UK Resident, because it is by virtue of this contribution that eligibility for certain government benefits like the State pension will be determined.
If you’re a UK resident older than 15 years old, earning upwards of £155 each week from your job or are self-employed and earns at least £5,965 each year, then you need to make contributions to the National Insurance. Before you’re able to do this, you first need to secure your National Insurance number.
Phone HMRC for an NI number
To apply for a National Insurance number, you need to call HMRC on 0345 600 0643, or if you’re on the Textphone, you can dial 0345 600 0644.
If you lost or forgot your number, you can call HMRC for a confirmation on 0300 200 3502.
If you’re using the Textphone, then call them on 0300 200 3519. They’ll send you a post confirming your number.
If you wish to contact HMRC with general enquiries regarding the National insurance, then you can phone them on 0300 200 3500.
If you’re on the Textphone, dial 0300 200 3519.
If you’re calling from outside the UK, then dial +44 191 203 7010.
If you would like information about National Insurance for non-UK residents, then call HMRC on 0300 200 3506.
You can also dial +44 191 203 7010 if you’re calling from outside the UK.
If you have recently experienced a change in address or personal detail, then call HMRC on 0300 200 3500.
You can also contact them via Textphone on 0300 200 3519.
If you’re an employer and would like to contact HMRC about some enquiries you may have about National Insurance payments, then call them on 0300 200 3401.
If you’re outside the UK, then call them on +44 15 0647 6066.
HMRC via Post
If you want to write to HMRC regarding a query you may have about National Insurance, then send your post to:
National Insurance Contributions and Employer Office,
HM Revenue and Customs,