Schwab Charitable, the national donor-advised fund, has seen an almost 75% increase in contributions as of Oct. 31 from its advisors clients as compared to last year.
These record levels are expected to continue through the end of the year as individuals and their advisors seek to meet charitable giving priorities while also navigating the uncertain outlook for taxes given the expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts at years end, according to Schwab.
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