The Estate Planner's Guide To International Philanthropy

International giving has been one of the fastest growing sectors in U.S. philanthropy in the past few years. We expect planners will continue to see wealthy clients interested in giving abroad despite the current global financial crisis and perhaps even because of it.1 Yet, even as giving for international purposes has increased, the rules governing such contributions have become more complex over

International giving has been one of the fastest growing sectors in U.S. philanthropy in the past few years. We expect planners will continue to see wealthy clients interested in giving abroad despite the current global financial crisis — and perhaps even because of it.1

Yet, even as giving for international purposes has increased, the rules governing such contributions have become more complex over the past decade. There are new federal regulations designed to

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