In my July column, I commented on recently released reports indicating that there’s been significant growth in the number of charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) and similar deferred gifts created for the benefit of higher education institutions. I noted that this surge was due in part to the recovery of the economy, particularly investment markets, but that much of the increase could also be traced to the arrival on the philanthropic scene of over 75 million baby boomers, ...

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