GAO: Overhaul Entire US Retirement System
Many Americans could suffer an insecure and undignified retirement if changes aren't made, the office says.
Historic Year for Giving, Says Schwab Charitable’s Kim Laughton
This may be the biggest year in history for American philanthropy, Laughton said.
How 30 Metro Areas Differ in Their Charitable Giving
Fidelity Charitable find that donors' giving priorities vary greatly by where they live.
Fifth of Millennials Call Themselves Activists
A new study finds millennials worried about the country’s direction and examines their efforts to bring change.
Tax-Smart Strategies to Maximize Hurricane Donation Dollars
The IRS has taken action to make it easier for clients to donate without adverse tax consequences.
Vanguard Charitable Adds Tool to Help Donors Research Nonprofits
Vanguard Charitable has rolled out a search function to help donors vet organizations they may be interested in supporting.
Raymond James Nearly Back to ‘Normal’ After Irma
The Florida-based firm, which shifted resources out of the area due to Hurricane Irma, pledges to support associates affected by the storm.
Giving by Chinese and Chinese-Americans Surges
Education is the primary cause supported by donors in the U.S. and China, according to the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative.
These ETFs Give Profits to Charity
Their creators say the charitable contributions come from their own revenues, not from investors’ earnings.
GOP Plan to Kill Estate Tax Sets Up Charitable Giving Conflict
One of the victims of a reduction in the incentive to give could be the life insurance industry.