Holiday spending is down. Good. Here are five ways to spend on your future before you give in to the Santa impulse.
More than 60% of people past the age of 50 provide financial support to an adult family member. Almost no one plans for it.
America is the most giving nation on earth as it relates to charities. Here’s how philanthropy is changing for boomers.
A new book takes issue with those who give for the wrong reasons. Does it really matter why we give, as long as we give? Here are three ways to fix charity.
The recovery in charitable giving is one of the slowest since any recession. But individuals who prefer to not wait until they die, and flush corporations, are picking up some slack.
The new face of philanthropy is donor-advised funds for the masses. These fast growing accounts have bucked the trend toward sluggish giving since the recession.
What will marketers think of next to entice you into picking their beer out from the staggering number of beverage options available this summer? You might be surprised.
One obvious selling point for Warby Parker customers is price: The vast majority of eyeglasses sell for a reasonable (and curiously uniform) rate of $95. Perhaps what’s most remarkable of all is that the price of Warby Parker glasses was almost set at $50 cheaper.
Celebrities and political figures are among the thousands of people living on daily food budgets of $1.50 during the Live Below the Line challenge, a campaign to raise money and awareness for global poverty
Oscar winner Ben Affleck’s next project is a challenge aimed at raising money and awareness for global poverty.
You just knew this would happen. In the days after Monday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon, all sorts of marathon-related gear has shown up on eBay.
It’s only human nature to want to help out victims of a disaster, but tragic events also bring scam artists out of the woodwork.