Promise — And Problem — of Donor-Advised Funds for Charity
November 28, 2016 | By Manhattan Institute |
Category: Political, Nonprofit
Donor-advised funds (DAFs), individual charitable accounts that can be used to make grants over a donor’s lifetime.
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