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Donor advised funds have quickly become one of the most popular charitable giving vehicles in the U.S., according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy. In the first nine months of 2020 alone, … more
I was inspired by the article “7 Biblical Secrets to Business Success” at Aish.com. Bob Diener, the author of the article, as well as the book “Biblical Secrets to Business … more
(JTA) – George Soros may draw some of the most vociferous criticism, but he’s hardly the biggest political donor in this cash-heavy election cycle – Democrat or Republican. In … more
Owning a home provides you with much more than a roof over your head. Your home is a versatile asset, a kind of financial Swiss Army knife that can be used to help fund a college education or to pay … more
If you’re stressed about your financial situation, if you’re worried about covering your expenses from week to week and month to month, if you’re  fretting about your … more
This story originally appeared on The Nosher. This may be surprising, but Jews have a long and very influential history in the alcohol industry spanning Europe, Israel and North America. For … more
At 6 a.m., we hear our 8-month-old baby start to babble through the monitor. My wife heads to the baby’s room to offer her a bottle, and I quickly shower, put on my usual work attire (dress … more
Suddenly a big “What if?” has become a big “What now?” Not only has the longest economic expansion in recent American history come to an abrupt end as a result of the COVID-19 … more
As many of us stay at home to ride out the COVID-19 virus, Jewish Rhode Island wondered how local businesses were weathering the stay-at-home orders. We asked a few local businesspeople for their insights; here’s what they told us: more
With the coronavirus pandemic upending lives, the temptation to dip into retirement assets such as IRAs and 401(k)s early can be powerful, especially for those facing unemployment or unexpected … more
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