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    Hi all,

    On the CA5603 form, I am asked whether I am employed, self-employed or non-employed. I do not have a job and I am a full time A level student. Which do I choose?

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    Is it not unemployed as you said you don't have a job?
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    (Original post by Inspiringvisons)
    Is it not unemployed as you said you don't have a job?
    Thanks for your prompt reply.

    I don't have a job, but I'm not actively looking for one at the moment and so I'm unsure as to whether I should put non employed or unemployed?


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    (Original post by londoncricket)
    Thanks for your prompt reply.

    I don't have a job, but I'm not actively looking for one at the moment and so I'm unsure as to whether I should put non employed or unemployed?


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    Given what you said above, unemployed is not an option. So you must go for non-employed.
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    Why are you wanting to pay voluntary NI contributions?
 
 
 
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