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June 16th, 2015

"If you feel strongly about a charitable bequest, then there are strategies other than simply writing it in your will", says the acting chief executive of Philanthropy Australia, Chris Wootton.

It is easier to safeguard a charitable bequest if you have a history of donating to that charity and you use a structure such as a private ancillary fund, sub-fund in a public ancillary fund, private charitable trust or testamentary trust.

Read the article - Brisbane Times

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