Originally posted on New Voices of Philanthropy on January 13, 2010 Many of us find our way into philanthropy because we want to be on the “resource side” of social change – to help get money to where it needs […]
Philadelphia: Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 3:00-5:30 pm Los Angeles: Thursday, February 11, 2010 from 7:00-9:00 pm Wealth for the Common Good is partnering with Resource Generation, and Bread & Roses Community Fund in Philadelphia, to sponsor these workshops. They […]
The Wall Street Journal reports that the effort to extend the current Estate Tax regime through next year has failed. As part of the Bush tax cuts, the exemption, above which taxes are due, has been slowly rising. The Conservative plan, […]
We need your help to preserve the estate tax. Please call the Capitol Hill switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and tell your Senators that they cannot allow the federal estate tax to expire in 2010. If Congress takes no action before […]
For eight years I have spoken to anyone who would listen about the importance of creating a strong estate tax, and there is no more critical time for action to be taken by Congress on this matter than now. In […]
We are partnering with Growth & Justice in St. Paul, Minnesota to host two events in the Twin Cities on the role of wealthy individuals in progressive tax reform. For more information, contact Ann Manning at firstname.lastname@example.org
A century ago, President Theodore Roosevelt expressed alarm about the dangerous concentration of wealth and power in the U.S., and called on the incoming 60th Congress to establish a federal estate tax on large fortunes. Its primary objective, Roosevelt said, […]
Published in Summer 2009 in the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy publication. Linked from NCRP online.