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We all know what a great source of information Philanthropy Journal is. Barbara Goodmon, Todd Cohen and the rest of the staff do a superb job reporting the latest news from the nonprofit world.
For those of us who work in and around the nonprofit sector, Philanthropy Journal is required reading. I am pleased to write an ongoing column in this space that deals with financial issues facing nonprofits and their employees.
Morgan Keegan manages assets for private foundations, religious organizations, educational endowments, public charities, hospitals and other nonprofit groups. We also manage 401(k)s and 403(b)s for their employees.
It is immensely rewarding for us to work with the people who serve these organizations. They consistently give their all to the causes they believe in. In many cases, they are selfless to a fault, giving so much to others that they often neglect to take care of themselves.
In this column, I will address financial issues that affect not only philanthropic organizations, but also, and perhaps more importantly, the people who work for them. My goal is to help the readers of Philanthropy Journal take steps to improve their own financial situation.
I can’t wait to get started. Since the column will be for the readers of Philanthropy Journal, please feel free to submit any questions or topics you want covered. I will try to work them into the column. First up is a topic that we all need to pay attention to—proper diversification.
Until next time…
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