She had so much. A two-bedroom apartment. Two cars. Enough wedding china to serve two dozen people. Yet Tammy Strobel wasn’t happy.
These innovative givers don’t just write checks. They donate time and
When Congress allowed the estate tax to expire at the end of 2009 it may not
have realized that it was setting up a social experiment that could test the values
of high-net-worth individuals.
There is an increasing sense that the current generation of children is growing up a bit, shall we say, self-centered.
Without a doubt, the biggest event in philanthropy this year was the Giving Pledge, a commitment by 40 of the wealthiest Americans to give away at least half of their fortunes, about $600 billion.
Bryan answers this and nine other follow-up questions that will help readers understand the applications, benefits and nuances of this valuable management tool.
For retirees increasingly worried as interest rates on their savings accounts and money market funds have plunged below 1 percent…
Warren Buffett pledged more than $3 billion in 2012, making him the most generous donor among America’s biggest philanthropists.
Warren E. Buffett’s plan to give away $37 billion to charity not only made him one of the most generous philanthropists, it helped him avoid one of the biggest personal tax bills in U.S. history.
Boone Pickens had outsize ambitions when he donated $165 million to
transform athletics at his alma mater, Oklahoma State University, which had long played second string in football to the rival University of Oklahoma Sooners.