A Pivotal Year for Philanthropy

A Pivotal Year for Philanthropy

A number of factors are converging that may change the face of charitable giving in 2016 and beyond

For many reasons, we may consider 2015 as a pivotal year for philanthropy in the United States. A number of economic, demographic, legislative and social factors are converging that may well change the face of philanthropy in the United States in ways not experienced in recent years.

Advisors who counsel clients on the best ways to structure their gift, estate and financial plans should be aware of the trends that are now emerging and be prepared to help structure charitable gif

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