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Betterment, the investing startup with $11 billion in assets, is rolling out a new service to make charitable giving easier

By Frank Chaparro

Betterment, the New York-based roboadviser, announced Wednesday a charitable giving feature that allows users to donate shares of their account to partnered charities.

The firm, which manages $11 billion for over 270,000 customers, partnered with 11 charities for the launch of Betterment Charitable Giving, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC, UNICEF, and World Wildlife Fund, according to a news release.

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This article originally published November 15th, 2017 on Business Insider


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