You don’t have to be an expert in all of the tools and technical strategies to have meaningful philanthropic conversations with your clients. It’s about knowing how to artfully communicate and bring value to your clients. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Jonathan Gassman, CPA/PFS, and Richard Peck, with the New Hampshire Community Foundation, share:
How to incorporate philanthropic planning in your communications with clients
Why engaging with other advisors can deepen bonds with clients
The arc of philanthropy and determining where clients are
How to get involved personally and building firm culture through giving to your community
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