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Maybe you have only heard the word “endowment” in relation to higher education – maybe “endowed professor” or “endowed chair.”  But have you ever hought about what “endowment” means? … more
Talk about pressure. Many Baby Boomers and Generation Xers are feeling it from multiple directions – they may need to help their struggling adult children find direction and a solid financial … more
PROVIDENCE – Jewish community charitable organizations, synagogues and day schools from Barrington to East Greenwich have until July 16 to apply for more than $36,000 in grants through the … more
Some people want immediate mobile access to their finances via a smartphone. Others prefer to manage their money with an old-school spreadsheet or ledger. Some crave a comprehensive platform for … more
Common wisdom says that opposites attract – but good chemistry only goes so far for couples with stark differences in how they approach money and their financial lives. Unless they can find … more
For many families, it is the elephant in the room: the necessary but potentially awkward discussions between aging parents and adult children about issues like where the parents envision living as … more
“Martha” and “Matt” have goals. They want to find the time and money to travel with their kids. They want to help pay for their kids to attend college. They want to better … more
In a survey of 1,200 Americans, the Capital Group, an investment manager, found that people are more comfortable talking about marital problems, mental illness, drug addiction, race, sex, politics … more
Barry Jay Schiff has been elected president of The Greater Providence Hebrew Free Loan Association (GPHFL). Schiff was integral in revitalizing Providence Hebrew Free Loan and strengthening the … more
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
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