Publication Date: October 16, 2013北京快3
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Richard Lund had reached an important crossroads in his life. At age 65, Lund had had a great deal of success-and amassed much wealth-but he needed to devise a plan for the future. Namely, he needed to figure out what to do with the wealth of which he was so proud and that he had accumulated as a result of his own hard work and perseverance. This case describes a hypothetical investor faced with the challenges of philanthropy and its role in wealth management and personal objectives. Includes discussions of how much, when, why, and how to give.