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Is this the Year to Create a Donor-Advised Fund?

Brad Bedingfield and Andrea Richmond

10/18/2018

Donor-Advised Funds are the fastest growing vehicles for charitable giving in the United States, and for good reason. They combine the high tax deductions of gifts to public charities with much of the personal involvement and customization enjoyed by those who have their own private foundations. Since 2012, contributions to DAFs have doubled, accounting for more than $7 billion in 2017, and they are set to keep growing.

Read more about how changes in the new tax law impact charitable contributions and why this might be the time to establish a DAF.

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