New law for bereaved parents
The Government are set to introduce a new law from April 2020 giving bereaved parents a legal right to paid parental bereavement leave. The new legislation known as ‘Jack’s Law’ in memory of Jack Herd whose mother has campaigned for parents to receive paid leave after the death of a child will come into force as of 6th April 2020. It will mean that parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child will now be entitled to 2 weeks’ statutory leave.
Making it count for Mind In Bradford
Naylor Wintersgill have raised over £2,500 in 2019 for Mind In Bradford, the mental health charity which provides local counselling, training and wellbeing activities for anyone in Bradford worried about their wellbeing.
Is Entrepreneurs Relief to be scrapped?
The Prime Minister has recently stated that the valuable tax break for entrepreneurs, which currently offers a significant tax reduction for business owners selling all or part of their business, is likely to be scrapped or restricted in the Budget when it is announced on 11th March.
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