Get your National Insurance number by:
- registering and logging into your personal tax account to view a letter with it on
- filling in the online form and posting it to us, if you’re unable to register for a personal tax account
You can also find your National Insurance number on your payslip, P60, tax returns or official letters about tax, pensions or benefits.
Use this service to see any gaps in your National Insurance contributions.
Use this service to find out:
- how much State Pension you could get
- when you can get it
- if you can increase it
- how you can increase it
If HMRC needs to contact you about anything confidential they’ll reply by phone or post.
Call this number if you have not received your National Insurance number or have lost or forgotten it.
You can also call for help and information about:
- Class 1 National Insurance rates and thresholds
- Class 2 and 3 National Insurance
- Statutory Payments
- Married Women’s Reduced Rate Election
- National Insurance statement requests
- employment histories
- Parents and Carers credits
- gaps in your National Insurance contributions
Have your National Insurance number with you, if you have one.
Contact Income Tax: general enquiries if you have a question about Class 4 National Insurance.
When you call
This helpline uses speech recognition software, so you will be asked why you are calling HMRC. Try to answer with short phrases and words, for example:
- “change my address”
- “question about National Insurance payments”
- “find out National Insurance rates”
If you cannot use speech recognition software, find out how to deal with HMRC if you have additional needs.
0300 200 3500
0300 200 3519
+ 44 191 203 7010
Monday to Friday: 8am to 8pm
Saturday: 8am to 4pm
Closed Sundays and bank holidays.
HMRC may ask if you want to add voice identification to your account. You can find out more in the Voice Identification Privacy Notice.
Write to HMRC at this address with all National Insurance queries except complaints.
You do not need to include a street name, city name or PO box when writing to this address.
Couriers should use a different address.
PT Operations North East England
HM Revenue and Customs