Party leaders back Legacy10 campaign

16 January 2012

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are supporting the campaign encouraging people to leave 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their wills.

The leaders of the three main political parties have pledged to leave at least 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of the Legacy10 campaign, set up by Roland Rudd, chairman of PR firm RLM Finsbury.

The campaign was launched last November ahead of a new inheritance tax incentive to be introduced in April. Anyone leaving 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their Will will benefit from a reduction in inheritance iax from 40% to 36%.

Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, welcomed the tax incentive but said that the “collective challenge is now to reach beyond the top 3% to help create a social norm”.

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are supporting the campaign encouraging people to leave 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their wills.The leaders of the three main political parties have pledged to leave at least 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of the Legacy10 campaign, set up by Roland Rudd, chairman of PR firm RLM Finsbury.

The campaign was launched last November ahead of a new inheritance tax incentive to be introduced in April. Anyone leaving 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their Will will benefit from a reduction in inheritance iax from 40% to 36%.

Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, welcomed the tax incentive but said that the “collective challenge is now to reach beyond the top 3% to help create a social norm”.

– See more at: http://www.rememberacharity.org.uk/news.php/91/party-leaders-back-legacy10-campaign#sthash.1TIdwMLC.dpuf

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are supporting the campaign encouraging people to leave 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their wills.The leaders of the three main political parties have pledged to leave at least 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of the Legacy10 campaign, set up by Roland Rudd, chairman of PR firm RLM Finsbury.

The campaign was launched last November ahead of a new inheritance tax incentive to be introduced in April. Anyone leaving 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their Will will benefit from a reduction in inheritance iax from 40% to 36%.

Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, welcomed the tax incentive but said that the “collective challenge is now to reach beyond the top 3% to help create a social norm”.

– See more at: http://www.rememberacharity.org.uk/news.php/91/party-leaders-back-legacy10-campaign#sthash.1TIdwMLC.dpuf

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are supporting the campaign encouraging people to leave 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their wills.The leaders of the three main political parties have pledged to leave at least 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of the Legacy10 campaign, set up by Roland Rudd, chairman of PR firm RLM Finsbury.

The campaign was launched last November ahead of a new inheritance tax incentive to be introduced in April. Anyone leaving 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their Will will benefit from a reduction in inheritance iax from 40% to 36%.

Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, welcomed the tax incentive but said that the “collective challenge is now to reach beyond the top 3% to help create a social norm”.

– See more at: http://www.rememberacharity.org.uk/news.php/91/party-leaders-back-legacy10-campaign#sthash.1TIdwMLC.dpuf

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are supporting the campaign encouraging people to leave 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their wills.The leaders of the three main political parties have pledged to leave at least 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of the Legacy10 campaign, set up by Roland Rudd, chairman of PR firm RLM Finsbury.

The campaign was launched last November ahead of a new inheritance tax incentive to be introduced in April. Anyone leaving 10 per cent of their estate to charity in their Will will benefit from a reduction in inheritance iax from 40% to 36%.

Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, welcomed the tax incentive but said that the “collective challenge is now to reach beyond the top 3% to help create a social norm”.

– See more at: http://www.rememberacharity.org.uk/news.php/91/party-leaders-back-legacy10-campaign#sthash.1TIdwMLC.dpuf