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Beyond the Bottom Line: What Nonprofits Need to Know about Endowments
People often associate endowments with large nonprofit institutions, such as hospitals or universities. But even a small nonprofit should consider establishing an endowment to ensure it can accomplish its mission for decades to come, says Wayne Titus, CPA, PFS, AIFA®, a fee-only fiduciary adviser. Read more...
Life over Lunch: Creating a Legacy that Won't Look Like Leftovers
In recent years, so-called "death dinners" have become a popular way to talk with family and friends about end-of-life decisions. But if tackling such a heady subject seems too difficult, try thinking about "life over lunch," and focus instead on creating a positive legacy for future generations. Read more...
When It Comes to Financial Literacy, It's "Back to School" for All of Us
In schools this year, many students may receive copious instruction in reading, writing and arithmetic. But one subject still missing from many classrooms is personal finance - an area of concern for Wayne Titus, president of AMDG Financial in Plymouth, Michigan, and chairperson of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants' (MICPA) Financial Literacy Task Force. Read more...
Time for a Mid-Year Check Up: How Are Your Finances Doing?
Summer is the perfect time for a mid-year check on finances, says Wayne Titus, CPA, PFS, AIFA®, president of AMDG Financial in Plymouth, Michigan. In a recent interview with Alisa Zee on WOMC's Sunday Edition, Titus encouraged listeners to revisit their progress toward financial goals, including reviewing budgets, savings plans, and tax withholdings. Read more...
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