Now Available: Dr. Russell James’ Visual Planned Giving Textbook, Updated for the 2018 Tax Law

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My friend, Dr. Russell James has just finished the newest edition to his groundbreaking textbook, Visual Planned Giving. This includes an in-depth analysis of the 2018 tax bill, and how he expects it to impact planned giving.
Specifically designed for fundraisers seeking to expand their knowledge about charitable gift planning, here’s a quick snapshot of the great information included:

  • An easy-to-understand introductory book that addresses all of the major topics in planned giving law and taxation, written in plain English
  • Over 1,000 full-color illustrations and images that guide you through complex concepts in an intuitive way
  • Even more information distilled from Dr. James’ years of teaching Charitable Gift Planning at the graduate and undergraduate level

You can download your complimentary copy of the textbook HERE.

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Carol kowalski
Carol kowalski
3 years ago

I’d love to have an audio version as I typically am trying to learn this information while driving to and from work on my commute is that possible?

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