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National Insurance Fund reports

Government Actuary's annual short-term projections and 5-year long-term projections for the National Insurance Fund.

These reports look at the financial implications of changes to National Insurance contribution and benefit rates.

Uprating and re-rating reports

The Government Actuary reports to parliament annually on the financial implications of changes to National Insurance contribution and benefit rates.

These reports include short-term projections of the financial position of the National Insurance Fund.

Earlier reports on the re-rating and up-rating orders are available here

Quinquennial review

Every 5 years, the Government Actuary reports to Parliament on the projected long-term financial position of the National Insurance Fund.

These reports consider the effects of projected demographic changes, and project the future contribution rates required to meet the cost of benefits.

Previous reviews

Published 18 November 2013
Last updated 19 October 2017 + show all updates
  1. Government Actuary's Quinquennial Review 2015 added to collection document
  2. 2017 re-rating & up-rating orders added to collection document.
  3. Report to Parliament on the 2015 re-rating and up-rating orders added to collection
  4. Government Actuary's Quinquennial Review of the National Insurance Fund as at April 2010 added
  5. 2014 re-rating and up-rating orders added to the collection.
  6. First published.