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National Insurance (NI) Class 3 Credits

shysparkler Community member Posts: 26 Connected
Hi, I've read online that when you claim Universal Credit you get National Insurance (NI) Class 3 Credits automatically, I had a look on my government gateway and saw even though I've had Universal Credit for a year there's not been any NI credits added. I'm not sure how it works really. Do they only add the credits automatically once you've had a full financial year of UC? As my claim started September 2022, so for the 2022/23 financial year it would've only been 7 or so months worth of credits. I would've thought that I'd get credits added for at least 30 weeks or something, but there's been nothing, so if anyone knows how it works I'd be grateful for any information!



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