National Insurance

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National Insurance - (adjective + noun)


This is a system in the UK in which the government collects money from companies and employees in order to fund state payments, such as maternity pay, sick pay, and state pensions.


Source: Adapted from Cambridge English Dictionary and Business Dictionary
Example of Use: In the UK, people pay their national insurance contributions to qualify for certain benefits and the state pension.