Part of a complete financial plan is defining your approach to charitable giving and donations. Not only can you plan your gifts to have a higher impact for your charity of choice, you can also use giving to help manage your taxes each year.
3 Tax Planning Opportunities to Consider Before 2017 Ends
With a new tax reform bill signed into law, Betterment has several scenarios investors should consider as they anticipate changes to their financial plan.
What Charity Navigator’s CEO Thinks about Betterment Charitable Giving
We wanted to learn how Betterment’s charitable giving service could affect the world of nonprofit development at large. So, we went to an expert: Michael Thatcher of Charity Navigator, the nation’s leading platform for helping donors make smart choices for their charitable donations.
How Many Tax-Deductible Shares Can You Donate to Charity in a Year?
Betterment helps you easily donate shares to charity by suggesting the tax-optimized value of your appreciated shares.
How to Determine the Tax-Deductible Value of Donated Shares
As part of optimizing your portfolio for taxes, you should assess how much of your invested money you can donate to reduce capital gains tax, instead of donating cash.
Introducing Charitable Giving by Betterment
Starting Giving Tuesday, Betterment customers will be able to donate shares from taxable accounts to charitable organizations.
How to Maximize Your Tax Benefits from Charitable Donations
When you make charitable contributions, you can maximize the benefits of your tax bill by strategically planning how and what you’re donating.
How to Get the Most Impact Out of Your Charitable Donations
This holiday season, use Betterment and Agora to make sure your money is having as much impact as it could.
4 Ways to Share Your Wealth in the Season of Charitable Giving
Money is always appreciated by not-for-profit organizations, but people are increasingly giving their time, as well.
15 Year-End Tax Moves to Lower Your Tax Bill
Year-end planning is about finding the right year in which to earn additional income or to spend money on more tax deductions.