Presents findings on family foundations' choices to spend down or to exist in perpetuity and the factors involved, including foundation assets, age, and presence of a living founder. Explores potential effects of the economic crisis on lifespan planning.
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Title: Perpetuity or Limited Lifespan: How Do Family Foundations Decide?
Publication date 2009-04-30
Publication Year 2009
, David Wolcheck
North America / United States
, family foundations
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