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Podcast & Whitepaper: How to Start a Private Foundation: Key Considerations and Steps

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By Allen Mast, First Vice President, SunTrust Private Foundation Practice

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If you’re looking to gain more control over your charitable giving, establishing a private foundation can help you reach your philanthropic goals. Allen Mast, First Vice President, SunTrust Private Foundation Practice, talks about the reasons why people choose to establish private foundations, related compliance and financial obligations, and the steps you can take to establish a private foundation.

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