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The Bodacious Benefits of a Donor Advised Fund


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Since 1931, donor advised funds have been offered by local community foundations and more recently have become available through broker-sponsored charitable gift funds. They are something akin to a marriage between a private foundation and a mutual fund.

SEE ALSO: Giving Tuesday Lessons: How to Make Your Gift Really Count

See Also: How to Give ... Without Giving Up Your Deductions

See Also: Naughty or Nice: A Guide for Giving to Charity

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