Every year, Bank of America conducts a survey of the philanthropic habits of America’s wealthiest households (about 700 households of a net worth of $1 million or more and/or an annual household income of $200,000 were surveyed this year).
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I love Google Images. It has helped me punch up many a PowerPoint presentation with an eclectic compilation of photographs and drawings. Recently it provided me with an unexpected illumination. […]
Not a day has gone by in the past few weeks that I haven’t seen something written about the Gates/Buffett Giving Pledge on a philanthropy blog. But with each passing […]
In case you haven’t heard, on March 10 the US Senate extended a number of tax breaks including the IRA charitable rollover that allows individuals 70 ½ years of age […]
Last week I was able to attend the Washington Planned Giving Council’s annual Planned Giving Day and enjoyed connecting with many professionals that I hadn’t had the opportunity to talk […]