Tax-Smart Charitable Giving Before You Retire

Tax-Smart Charitable Giving Before You Retire

The years before retirement, when an individual’s income is usually at its highest point, is an ideal time to set up charitable giving vehicles for later in life. But as Steve Parrish, Co-Director of The College’s Center for Retirement Income writes, tax considerations could affect how much advisors and clients should plan to give, as well as how to best make it happen.

Learn more in his latest column from Forbes.

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