How Can I Make a Charitable Impact and Preserve My Wealth?
As women increasingly step in as stewards of personal and familial wealth, they're driving a change in the way we talk about legacy and, perhaps more importantly, how we give back.
"People are thinking about their legacy more broadly than just the financial number," says Angie O'Leary, head of wealth planning at RBC Wealth Management-U.S. "Especially women and Millennials – (they're thinking about) protecting their legacy and the impact of that legacy on the next generation, on their communities and their relationships."
Entrepreneurs: How Profit and Philanthropy Go Hand‑in‑Hand
Women have long been the catalyst for social change, leading some of the world's most well-known philanthropy initiatives like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. But there's a growing number of young, higher-net-worth women looking to social entrepreneurship as a vessel for change.
The Next Generation of Giving: How Wealthy Millennials Are Making an Impact
There are more than 80 million Millennials living in the U.S., and as they move to inherit wealth from their parents and grandparents, they will likely become one of the wealthiest generations in U.S. history.
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