November 27, 2013

“An acquired skill”: Carolyn and Peter Lynch share reasons for starting philanthropy sooner

If you become a philanthropist at 45 rather than 75, “you can give more money over time,” says Peter Lynch, and you’ll “probably do a better job because it takes years to get good at it.”
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