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2016 is a Great Year to Give: 4 Reasons Why Regardless of Election Results
A solid economy and robust stock market have created appreciated assets that can be donated to charity to offset higher tax bills.
There is a better, more tax-efficient way for donors to help their favorite charities than writing a check or pulling out their credit card.
Charitable giving has averaged 2% of disposable income for decades. Donor-advised funds can help change this.
In this IMPACT conference video, Schwab Charitable's Kim Laughton explains what's ahead for year-end tax planning.
Here are five tips for creating a strategic plan for your charitable giving.
For the second consecutive year, Schwab Charitable President Kim Laughton has been named one of the most influential women in business by the San Francisco Business Times.
Schwab Charitable President Kim Laughton explains why donor-advised funds introduce an entirely different dimension to the advisor-client relationship.
Donor-advised funds have significantly outpaced traditional nonprofit and foundations to become philanthropy's fastest-growing vehicle for giving.
Here are four ways to incorporate charitable giving into your estate plan.
Schwab Charitable President Kim Laughton explains why clients are increasing their charitable giving in 2013 for reasons that go beyond philanthropy.
Schwab Charitable President Kim Laughton discusses how donor-advised funds can facilitate giving for investors at various levels of wealth, and how advisors can bring up the charitable conversation.
Philanthropy plays an important role in developing deep, multigenerational relationships and offers ways for uninitiated advisors to begin incorporating charitable themes into their client communication.
One increasingly popular vehicle for charitable giving is a donor-advised fund, which allows you to donate cash or assets when it makes sense for you and decide later which organizations will benefit.
In this IMPACT conference video, Kim Laughton, president of Schwab Charitable, comments on why investors and advisers have sought out donor-advised funds at a steady clip.
Schwab Charitable has moved quickly to encourage and assist donors in making gifts to benefit relief organizations working on recovery efforts after the recent superstorm.
Charitable giving is one of the highest priorities for Americans, with research showing that people would sooner cut back on travel and eating out than significantly trim the support they provide to their cherished causes.