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Dr. Russell James
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Dr. Russell James
5. Visual Planned Giving: An Introduction to the Law and Taxation of Charitable Gift Planning (2021) at https://bit.ly/3vVKERE videos at http://bit.ly/TexasTechProfessor6. Inside the Mind of the Bequest Donor: A Visual Presentation of the Neuroscience and Psychology of Effective Planned Giving Communication at https://bit.ly/2Kc0Gjz
What's the percent of baby boomers who have estate documents in place?
How can we best prepare our non-profits for "the ask" ??
Isn't there data that shows that once a charity is named in a will, something like 80% of the time it will remain there? How does that align with the idea that donors may be adding/removing nonprofits in the last version of their estate documents later in life?
Thanks for the clarification!
Great information - thank you!