Charitable Giving

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MacArthur Foundation Leaves Russia Amid NGO 'Witch Hunt'

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The MacArthur Foundation, the U.S. non-profit that awards “genius grants” to exceptionally creative people, is closing its Moscow office after Russian lawmakers branded it a threat to the country.

Donor Advised Funds Increase Giving

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Schwab Charitable and Fidelity Charitable report increased giving, including efforts to help earthquake victims in Nepal.

Republican Rand Paul Wants $2 Trillion Tax Cut With 14.5% Flat Rate

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His plan to overhaul the U.S. tax system calls for a 14.5 percent federal flat tax for consumers and companies, the elimination of almost all deductions and more.

The Colony Group Forms Women's Program

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The first discussion of the new group focused on philanthropy.

Advisors Need Deeper Discussions On Charity

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Most philanthropic individuals are not discussing long-term charity goals with their advisors, Fidelity Charitable says.

The Benefits Of The Charitable Giving Talk

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If advisors don't start the conversations about charitable giving with their clients, the clients will turn to other people.

Foundations Give More Than Required, Survey Says

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Foundations saw a lower growth in assets last year, but continued to make higher-than-required grants, says Foundation Source.

Peer-To-Peer Lenders Shake Up Business Loan Market

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The budding online peer-to-peer business lending industry is finding success through healthy returns and quick loan application processing.

Help Clients To Help Others, Fidelity Officials Say

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Advisors could be missing the chance to extend and improve relationships with their best clients, a Fidelity Charitable official said after a recent charity event.

Wealthfront CEO Says Google, Apple Won’t Be Advisors’ Competitors

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Google and Apple may be staying away, but Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch is poised to make a new marketing push to lure the savings of the 70 million strong group of millennials.

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