For the uninitiated, donor-advised funds, or “DAFs,” are funds set up with “charitable sponsors” to allow donors to get a charitable deduction at the point of their funding while charitable grants are made from them over time at the donor’s direction. As most NPQ readers know, DAFs have significantly grown from year to year over the past few decades, outpacing growth in giving through other intermediaries.
Did the Tax Overhaul Create a Spike in Donor-Advised Funds? Well, It’s Complicated…
February 8th, 2018
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