Tag Archives: Charitable Accounts


Buffett’s 2018 Letter / Fees Matter When Investing “Forever” / Clear Your Calendar for April 11th

Author: Gabriel Hament, Post Date: March 21, 2019

In the Oracle of Omaha’s 54th annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffett celebrates the dynamism of the American economy while cautioning investors against high-cost advisory fee arrangements. Buffett attributes the success of the United States to the American tailwind – a force animated by patriotism, sacrifice, and the belief that “generations beyond would […]

Donor-advised funds: Donation warehouses or a democratic vehicle for philanthropy?

Author: , Post Date: November 26, 2018

Excerpt of “Donor-advised funds: Donation warehouses or a democratic vehicle for philanthropy?” by Gabriel Hament Source: Sarasota Herald Tribune 11/26/2018 The long-standing debate surrounding the lightly regulated world of donor-advised funds has been gaining traction on the pages of the Nonprofit Quarterly. For those unfamiliar with them, donor-advised funds are a philanthropic vehicle housed at […]