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One Size Doesn't Fit All 
Most grant-making foundations in the United States operate on very modest budgets, are largely unstaffed and are run by unpaid trustees. But that's where
Coping Mechanisms 
So, is estate planning an endangered profession or what? The sword of permanent estate tax repeal has been hanging over planners' heads for more than
Advisors take note: Baby Boomers and their parents need to do some serious talking. According to a new study, Americans in their 70s are more at ease
How Not to Get Sued
If you're a fiduciary and don't want to get sued and fined pay close attention to litigation expert Dominic J. Campisi. Campisi, a partner in the San
Peril to Planners
Estate taxes may be the bane of wealthy families, but they are a boon for wealth managers because clients need their help with trusts, gifts and investment
A Museum of Their Own 
Wealthy art collectors often donate or loan their treasures to museums. Rarely, though, do they create whole new museums to showcase their collections.
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