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Give Your Charitable Giving a Boost With These Strategies
Donating to charity is easy. Getting the most from your donation and paying less in taxes can be more complicated.
Seven Year-End Financial Tasks to Check Off Your To-Do List
The end of the year is already chockfull of important things to do, but don’t let these seven fall through the cracks. You’ll thank yourself in 2024.
By Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA®, CES™ Published
Three Keys to Keeping More of Your Money in Retirement
How well you do your tax planning will determine how much of your retirement income you get to keep and how much goes to Uncle Sam.
By Evan T. Beach, CFP®, AWMA® Published
Tips on How and When to Donate During a Humanitarian Crisis
Donating to long-term recovery efforts could be an even bigger help than giving immediately after a crisis begins.
By Elizabeth Wong Published
Five Financial Moves to Make as Year's End Approaches
Now’s the time to review where you are and where you’re going, wrap up remaining goals for 2023 and think about what you want to accomplish in 2024.
By Kate Winget Published
What to Do if Your Passion for Charitable Giving Has Flagged
Recognizing that giving has seasons and that change takes time can help restore your sense of purpose. Then consider four steps to ramp up your giving spirit.
By Catherine Crystal Foster Published
Giving to Charity This Holiday Season? Eight Tips for Doing It the Right Way
Maximize your efforts by following these expert-recommended tips.
By Kiplinger Advisor Collective Published
Charitable Donations: What To Know About Scams and Taxes Before You Give
Donations Giving to a charity can make you feel good and lower your tax bill, but the IRS says to beware of fake charities.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedDonations
Three Ways to Maximize Your International Charitable Giving
With humanitarian crises growing, financial support is much needed and easily provided, but charitable givers should do their homework to ensure their donations go to trusted entities.
By Peter J. Klein, CFA®, CAP®, CSRIC®, CRPS® Published
Philanthropy Needs Innovation to Help With Social Problems
Big nonprofits get most of the money, while smaller ones struggle to gain a foothold, resulting in the same things being done the same way every year. New approaches could fix that.
By Shelley R. Sylva, Esq. Published