Post-Recession Corporate Giving Increased at Biggest Companies
Sixty-four percent of the world's biggest companies increased their corporate philanthropy from 2010 to 2013, according to a report.
Millionaires Are Giving Back, but They’re Not Happy About It
Many philanthropists are unsatisfied with the impact their time and money have on the causes they support.
Top 25 U.S. Charities: 2014
The Chronicle of Philanthropy ranks the top charities by private donations, with four of the top 10 DAFs, including those of Fidelity, Schwab and Vanguard.
Fifth of U.S. Grant Makers Pay Their Board Members, Study Finds
Compensation is legal as long as it’s "reasonable." But what does reasonable mean?
Less Affluent Americans Boost Charity; Wealthy Donors Tighten Belts
Despite earning less, middle- and lower-income Americans have increased the share of their income thay give to charity since the recession.
Family Offices Globally Show Significant Similarities: Study
The average family office portfolio returned about 9% in 2013, the UBS/Campden study found.
3 Ways to Boost Impact Investing, Spur Millennial Investors
Wealthy millennials are twice as likely as their grandparents to use their investments for social impact.
3 Trends for Newly Wealthy Families
With most U.S. wealth being first-generation wealth, it’s not about preparing the money for the family so much as preparing the family for the money.
Some Female Nonprofit Execs Earn 23% Less Than Men
Also, bigger nonprofits were less likely than smaller ones to have female CEOs, a report from GuideStar found.
Insurance: The ‘Putter’ in the Retirement Golf Bag
“You drive for show but putt for dough,” AXA executive Nick Lane said during an IRI panel, painting insurance as an essential retirement funding tool.