Planned and Charitable Giving

Protecting Your Legacy Without Compromising Your Values

Whether you are retired or still in the workforce, by choice or because you haven’t hit that retirement date yet, one of the issues that we will discuss is reducing your tax bill through philanthropy or planned giving. The gifting of assets to community organizations, whether cash, other liquid assets, or fixed assets, such as property, can be very satisfying. In this time of government cuts, gifting is a welcome way to combat poverty and disease, and support environmental stewardship, health care and the arts. We work with a locally-based national organization that helps clients make the most of their contributions. This can mean charitable giving now, to promote your social values and help your tax bill, as well as planned giving through your will.


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Here’s how cities in developing countries can tap green bonds

Developing cities can finance climate-resilient infrastructure and renewable-energy projects by improving their creditworthiness or aligning investment goals with green bond performance targets, according to a recent report.

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Responsible investors key to global sustainable development

A growing number of responsible investments offer tangible opportunities to support sustainable development while generating long-term value for your clients

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B.C. First Nation leads with green technology, sustainability

Meet the solar-powered T’Sou-ke Nation, which also boasts a wasabi plantation and oyster farm

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