It’s good to be generous in the wake of tragedy, but be smart about giving.
The largest charitable gifts in 2012 surpassed those made in 2011, thanks to one donor.
Con artists are creating fake charities for Superstorm Sandy victims to steal donations or donors’ identities.
The wealthy are giving less money, but more time, than they were two years ago.
Celebrity charity endorsements are everywhere, but it doesn’t mean you should join in.
Creating a philanthropic family legacy begins with educating your kids.
One bank is offering a unique perk for opening a new CD: $25 and an annual donation to a charity of your choice.
Efforts to cope with record hot temperatures could also offer some possible tax savings.
As China’s economy booms, its leaders are looking to the U.S. for guidance on both corporate and individual philanthropy.
Leaving a charitable bequest is as easy as treating the charity as an heir on your various accounts. But combined with annual gifts during life, your donation could pack a lot more punch — for you and the charity. Here are three easy ways to make a bequest to a charity: Name the charity as