Anyone who’s attended an estate-planning conference or read print or online media recently can’t escape the trend: Charitable planning is a hot-button issue. The specific topic may be the convenience of a donor-advised fund, the benefits to a family of establishing a private foundation (PF), the tax wisdom of donating appreciated property, the economic benefits of selling appreciated property inside a charitable remainder trust (CRT) or the difference between the charitable ...

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