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Smart Money Newsletter

Our quarterly newsletter for professional advisors provides helpful charitable planning tips and updates.
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YearMonthTopic(s)
2017 March Honoring Client Relationships and Retaining Assets
2016 December Incorporating Charitable Planning in My Client Work
2016 September How to Save Your Clients Money by Giving the Best Asset
2016 June Three Pivotal Questions for your Clients
2016 March The Best Advisors Provide Planning That Survives for Generations
2015 December Implementing Local Legacy Simply: By Anne Ruffer
2015 September Leaving Your Client’s Retirement Account to Charity AND Children  
2015 June Focus on Transfer of Wealth: How 5% Can Make a Difference
2015 March 5 Ways to Achieve Success in Next Generation Engagement
2014 December Using Donor-Advised Funds to Help Your Clients
2014 September Supporting Your Community and Growing Your Businessthrough Wealth Transfer
2014 May Gifting Life Insurance, Part II
2014 January Help Your Clients Receive the Recognition They Deserve: Legacy Society, Gifting Life Insurance
2013 November End of Year Charitable Considerations for Your Clients
2013 August “Longevity Insurance”: Reducing Retirement Income Making Charitable Anxiety with Deferred Charitable Gift Annuities
2013 February Retirement Plans and Charitable Giving, Part 2, New Gift Planning Officer
2012 November  Retirement Plans and Charitable Giving
2012 August  Charitable Gifts of Real Estate
2012 May  Using a Designated Fund to Protect a Client's Charitable Goals
2012 February  Charitable Giving for Closely Held Business Owners
2011 November  Five Percent of Local Estate Transfers Will Go a Long Way
2011 August  MyGiving: Fundholders Can Now Access Funds Online


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