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Wealth management topics of interest to individuals and families, philanthropic foundations, and not-for-profit organizations.

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Identifying the various types of risk that investors face can help you think strategically about how to manage risk in a way that aligns with your goals and objectives.

For philanthropic families, charitable giving is more than just a way to strengthen their communities and support causes that are dear to their hearts. Philanthropy is a central part of the family’s mission, values, and legacy.

Using charitable giving strategies to enhance the tax-efficiency of your donations plays a vital role in maximizing the impact of your gifts.

By understanding and embracing new trends that are reshaping the way people give, families can strengthen their philanthropic legacies for generations to come.

Previously, contributions to 529 plans grew tax-free if the funds were used for qualified expenses related to college and other higher-educational institutions. Beginning in 2018, funds in 529 plans can also be used to pay for K-12 educational expenses, with an annual limit of $10,000 per beneficiary. Learn more about education financing.

Illinois taxpayers, both individuals and companies, can claim credits on their state income taxes for donations made to organizations that provide scholarships for students (grades K-12) from low- and middle-income families to attend private schools. The program is designed to improve families' access to educational options, and the associated 75% tax credit could be a significant financial benefit for donors.

The recently passed tax law creates several planning opportunities for high-net-worth individuals to consider.

Nonprofit organizations from colleges and universities to museums and social aid agencies are bracing for big changes in how they fund themselves and operate next year under the landmark tax law passed by Congress on December 20 and going into effect on January 1, 2018.

Your source for information about how developments in Washington, D.C., are affecting the tax and investment landscape for high-net-worth individuals and families.

It is time to begin thinking about ways to help minimize your 2017 tax obligations and to act before the end of the year. In the absence of any concrete change in tax legislation, current strategies remain relevant.

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William Blair produces educational and timely communications on a variety of wealth management topics of interest to individuals and families at all generational stages of life, philanthropic foundations, and not-for-profit organizations.



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