5 New Rules for Charitable Giving

The American College of Financial Services
U.S. News & World Report
August 21, 2020

During a time of economic crisis and pandemic, with so many people in need, giving to charity has become even more important to those inclined toward philanthropy. Many Americans with money to spare are using different giving strategies to get resources where it’s needed most and make sure as much transfers over as possible.

Assistant Professor of Philanthropy and holder of the Blunt-Nickel Professorship in Philanthropy Dien Yuen says using IRAs for non-taxable donations is one of the many ways those in the giving mindset can ensure their money is doing good. Read more in the full article from U.S. News & World Report.

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