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Dan Greenspon


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Keeping an Eye on the Trends in Philanthropy

[fa icon="calendar'] May 23, 2019 at 3:38 PM / by Dan Greenspon posted in Insider Tips, Philanthropy, Charitable Giving, Donor Advised Fund, DAF, Tax Deduction, Specialty Assets, legacy

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The non-profit world continues to be integrated into the fabric of an American culture and business environment but faces a bit of unknown future. Too much duplication of services and blending between for-profit and non-profit exist. The philanthropy sector is consistently overlooked but employs over 12.3 Million people (as of 2016). New ways of philanthropy, non-profit management, and administration or technology exist to make giving flexible, fast, and easier online!

Non-profits employ roughly 10% of all workers in America and have contributed to job growth over the last decade. During this time, nonprofits outpaced for-profit job growth by almost 4 to 1.

What does this mean for the sector and philanthropy specifically?  As the sector continues to grow and mature, below are some trends to keep an eye on and consider.

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Unpacking the Future of Philanthropy

[fa icon="calendar'] March 27, 2018 at 10:16 AM / by Dan Greenspon posted in Insider Tips, Philanthropy, Charitable Giving, Donor Advised Fund, DAF, Tax Reform, Tax Deduction

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Recently, I attended the Alliance for Charitable Reform Summit for Leaders in Washington, D.C. and I came away with many thoughts for the near future of philanthropy. While there is still a lot to unravel from the recent passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the shift in charitable giving is already being felt in the industry. I’ve been reading a lot of articles that have both positive and negative impacts on donors and charities and wanted to summarize my thoughts here.

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