What are my Obligations as a worker in the UK


If you are legally permitted to work in the UK, you will also have certain rights as well as obligations. Almost every worker in the UK is legally obliged to pay tax and national insurance. Tax deducted from your income is called the income tax.
Tax is used by the Government to run the country and national insurance is used for unemployment benefits, sick pay and retirement. The exact sum of the deductions is stated on your payslip.

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