Would They Do It Anyway?

About six years ago, I started talking differently to prospective private foundation clients. I used to try to craft a cohesive answer to the most common question I got from financial advisors, accountants and attorneys: How much should the client plan to contribute to a private foundation so that the idea makes sense? But after terminating three or four private foundations in a row, I decided that

About six years ago, I started talking differently to prospective private foundation clients. I used to try to craft a cohesive answer to the most common question I got from financial advisors, accountants and attorneys: “How much should the client plan to contribute to a private foundation so that the idea makes sense?”

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