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National Insurance Fund Account 1997-98

Section 161 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 requires me to examine and certify the National Insurance Fund Account and this report records the results of my examination of the 1997-98 account.

Published:
13 Jan 1999

National Insurance Fund Account 1998-99

Section 161 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 requires me to examine and certify the National Insurance Fund Account and this report records the results of my examination of the 1998-99 account.

Published:
1 Mar 2000

National Insurance Fund Account 1999-2000

Section 161 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 requires me to examine and certify the National Insurance Fund Account and this report records the results of my examination of the 1999-2000 account.

Published:
4 May 2001

National Insurance Fund Account 2002-2003

“The Inland Revenue continue to face challenges in maintaining individuals’ National Insurance contribution records, upon which large amounts of the public’s benefit entitlement depend. The quality of the contributions information received from employers remains a particular and enduring difficulty that various measures are addressing.”

Published:
22 Jan 2004

National Insurance Fund Account 2003-04

“Issuing millions of retrospective Deficiency Notices to the public will cost an estimated £100 million but the full increase in people’s entitlement to benefits as a result of the exercise is not yet known, particularly for those who have retired in recent years. I will consider further progress in future years.

“The Inland Revenue takes all reasonable action to trace and update its National Insurance contribution records; however, poor quality NI contributions information from some employers will for years to come continue to cause difficulties for the Inland Revenue and potentially for the individuals whose benefits depend on that information.”

Published:
12 Jan 2005

National Insurance Fund Account 2004-05

“I am pleased that I am able to give an unqualified opinion on the National Insurance Fund Account following the advances made by DWP and HMRC in improving their systems”

“Nevertheless, HM Revenue and Customs and the Department for Work and Pensions need to correct errors in Incapacity Benefit records on the two Departments’ systems. There may be difficult decisions to be taken in undertaking what could be a large and complex task which comes on top of routine processing”

“Poor quality NI contributions information from some employers continues to cause difficulties for HM Revenue and Customs and potentially for the individuals seeking benefits. The hoped for effects of initiatives to improve employers’ data quality cannot yet be demonstrated because of problems with some IT systems in the summer of 2005”

Published:
6 Feb 2006

NIRS 2: Contract extension

The Inland Revenue, when required to make major enhancements to its national insurance computer system (NIRS 2) to accommodate significant legislative changes, decided to award a contract extension to Accenture, its existing supplier. And, according to a report from the National Audit Office, published today, the contract extension: offered better value for money than the … Read more

Published:
14 Nov 2001