By Peter Klein and Angelica Berrie
£30.99 from Wiley
This book provides an overview for understanding the issues involved in managing a private foundation and a practical road map for setting one up. It covers the basics of estate planning and charitable giving, investment management for private foundations and ‘the philanthropic learning curve’, as well as a discussion on women and the next generation. The authors are private foundation veterans who offer guidance on the ins and outs of private foundations, illustrated with lessons from practising philanthropists. The book is described as ‘Essential reading for anyone contemplating the creation of a foundation or managing or advising an existing foundation’.
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