Finding Your Money’s Greater Purpose: How to Make Your Legacy Count

| September 14, 2015

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Finding Your Money's Greater Purpose: How to Make Your Legacy Count

Become a Money-Savvy Philanthropist And Get More Out Of Giving Back Each of us holds the power to make a lasting, positive mark on this world with our time and resources. Finding Your Money’s Greater Purpose reveals proven strategies that will give you the confidence and clarity to benefit yourself, your family, and the causes, institutions, and charitable organizations that you care about most. Whether you are on the board of a charitable organization or you simply want to make a lasting difference in your community, longtime financial planner Patrick Renn’s financial tools, techniques, ideas, and solutions will help you discover just how big of a positive impact you can make long into the future. “Pat Renn has devoted his life’s work to helping people manage their financial resources. Early on, Pat realized this required more than just helping people invest responsibly; the greater challenge was to help them make the right decisions about using their resources for their own benefit, for the benefit of their offspring, and for the benefit of others. Now, in Finding Your Money’s Greater Purpose, Pat shares his wisdom with all who are willing to listen. Don’t miss it―the message is profound.” Bob Fisher, CEO of Wesley International, founder of the Woodcrest Foundation, and board chair emeritus and former executive director of The Bascom: A Center for Visual Arts in Highlands, NC “What a delightful and powerful book! I was thoroughly engaged with Pat Renn’s storytelling and easy ability to deliver sound principles of investment undergirded with deep generosity and charity. This book is a great model of responsible financial management―responsible to oneself and responsible to the world. Thank you!” The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler, dean of The Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, GA “There are a lot of charities and donors out there that have no idea where their money is REALLY going. Finding Your Money’s Greater Purpose can help them understand the whole range of what is possible. Patrick is a man on a mission to make sure your contributions make the biggest positive impact possible―for you and for the organization you are helping.” Peter Jones, president of Franklin Templeton Distributors, Inc. and chairman of Franklin Templeton Institutional, LLC

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