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  • Family finances: how millennials can stretch their money

    When you first launch your career, money is bound to be tight. But even if you've been working a while, you may find that you're living paycheck to paycheck, without enough left over to meet your goals. That's why you need a strategy for how you'll...
  • Great chefs once again gather to support Alex's Lemonade

    Great chefs once again gather to support Alex's Lemonade
    There’s a charity food event almost every weekend in Southern California. But there’s only one L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade. Hosted by Suzanne Goin, Caroline Styne and David Lentz, it always draws some of the nation’s best chefs....
  • Retirement: More for you, less for the IRS

    Wise investing means selling stocks at regular intervals. But selling triggers taxes. Savvy investors can trim the amount they pay to Uncle Sam with some tax-wise planning. Here are five things you need to know: 1. Capital-gains rates for the wealthy are...
  • David Mooney, director, National Credit Union Foundation

     David Mooney, director, National Credit Union Foundation
    Alliant Credit Union President and CEO David Mooney was elected to the National Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors. Mooney is one of three directors being added to the board this September. The foundation is the charitable arm of the credit...
  • Time Warner Names Community Impact Awards After Richard Parsons, Celebrates Employee Volunteers

    "It's nice to be home," Richard Parsons said as he took the stage at Time Warner's annual Community Impact Awards in New York City on Tuesday. It was a homecoming with great personal resonance for the company's former chairman and CEO, one filled with...
  • For Maryland nonprofits, time is money

    For Maryland nonprofits, time is money
    Dozens of low-income middle schoolers at Baltimore's St. Ignatius Loyola Academy are getting a head start on money management, thanks to Legg Mason employees. Volunteers from the Baltimore-based money management firm regularly visit the Jesuit boys'...
  • Lardarius Webb donating $15,000 in sports equipment, apparel to Baltimore Boys & Girls Club

    Lardarius Webb donating $15,000 in sports equipment, apparel to Baltimore Boys & Girls Club
    Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb is donating $15,000 worth of sports equipment and apparel to Baltimore Boys and Girls club through his charitable foundation. Working in partnership with Good Sports, the veteran Ravens cornerback will present the...
  • Vehicles for Change and LifeSpan Network team up to create circle of giving

    Vehicles for Change and LifeSpan Network team up to create circle of giving
    Isabella Firth, president of LifeSpan Network and The Beacon Institute, was just trying to solve a couple of workplace concerns. In the process, she ended up creating a circle of charitable acts benefiting students, senior citizens and low-income...
  • Mellon, Getty Trust pledge $13 million for Detroit art museum

    Mellon, Getty Trust pledge $13 million for Detroit art museum
    On the heels of a combined $26-million donation from the big three U.S. automakers to help the troubled Detroit Institute of Arts, two charitable organizations said Wednesday they are pledging a total of $13 million toward the museum. The Andrew W....
  • CSO receives $32 million in foundation gifts, the largest in its history

    CSO receives $32 million in foundation gifts, the largest in its history
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association announced at its board meeting Thursday afternoon that two Chicago philanthropic institutions, the Zell Family Foundation and the Negaunee Foundation, have given the parent body of the Chicago Symphony...
  • Article examines Sterling charity ads, but reader questions remain

    Article examines Sterling charity ads, but reader questions remain
    Print readers of the Los Angeles Times are no doubt familiar with Donald Sterling’s advertisements. Long before the furor over the Clippers’ owner’s comments about blacks, which led the NBA to ban him for life, readers would email...