Donor-advised funds have increasingly become the charitable vehicle of choice over the last 10 years for both advisors and clients.

They can be established very quickly, are easy to explain to clients and simple for them to use, have many tax benefits, appeal to a wide variety of donors, and there is no charge to create them. DAFs now outnumber private foundations by nearly three to one.

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