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Changes to NIB Contributions and Regulations

12/30/2010 4:39:00 AM
Higher Insurable Wage Ceiling
  • Contributions (for both the employer and the employee) in respect of the employee who makes more than $400 per week has increased. While the rate of contributions remains the same, the new wage ceiling is $500 per week/$2,167 per month. For weekly paid persons, the first salary deduction at the higher rate will be for the pay period in which January 3 falls.
  • Contributions for self-employed persons who make more than $1,733 per month have increased. The new ceiling is $2,167 per month, with the first contribution payment on the higher rate due at the end of January.

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