Day: February 10, 2015

Some thoughts on Labour’s plans for paternity leave

As you may have heard, the Labour party made a pre-election pledge yesterday. If it wins the forthcoming general election, it has vowed to double paternity leave from two to four weeks and increase statutory paternity pay. Presently capped at £138.18, it would increase to a maximum of £260. At this point I have to

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Stay at home parents to benefit from new tax perk

Family finance expert Julie Hutchison delivers some good news for stay at home parents in this month’s guest post for Dadbloguk.com. **UPDATE 24/2/2015 – If you wish to apply for the married couples tax break mentioned in this article, please follow this link. Registration opened on 20/2/2015** Should marriage and civil partnership be rewarded in

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