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Boden, R; Corden, A; Hutton, S; Sainsbury, R (1997)
Publisher: Social Research Branch
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects:
A review of the existing literature on self-employment, including the definition and characteristics of the self-employed types of work undertaken, living standards and organisation of finances. The aim of the review was to improve the Department's and the Contributions Agency's understanding of why some self-employed people fall behind or default on payments of Class 2 National Insurance contributions.
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