Lehigh Valley Business: How Women Can Take Advantage of Their Giving Power
Eva Victor, director of wealth planning at Girard Advisory Services, LLC, is the contributing writer of this article that discusses the key questions to consider as women incorporate philanthropy into their financial plans.
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Research shows that over the next few decades, women are poised to inherit roughly 70% of intergenerational wealth.
Women are more likely than men to view charitable giving as the most satisfying aspect of wealth, and are more likely to value their wealth as a way to create positive change, according to recent reports.
Roughly two-thirds of women between the ages of 40 and 79 have experienced a major negative financial transition.