An enduring legacy of the financial crisis has been a clear shift in personal values—away from materialism and toward relationships and experiences. Born out of need, this national (if not global) rethinking of what is most important has had remarkable staying power even as the economy has started to improve.
Corporate charitable giving is down. But three trends are making it easier for individuals to get the most out of their employer when it comes to personal philanthropy.
Much criticism has been leveled at the 1% lately. But what do they say about themselves? Well, a new study finds that a majority of the wealthiest Americans believe they have a strong responsibility to give back to their community.
In the old days it was easy. A hasty triple tap of the close-elevator button and a speedy 5 p.m. getaway were it all took to stop Bill in accounts from guilting you into sponsoring his half-marathon for the 15th time that year. …