Stories of Generosity

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Stories of Generosity: Benjamin Franklin’s actual Estate Plan It’s not exactly the widow’s coins, but the story of how Benjamin Franklin’s charitable giving spanned two centuries after his death is inspiring. Our brains are wired for stories. Telling the story… … Continued

Stories of Generosity: John Wesley

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Stories of Generosity: John Wesley John Wesley(1703-1791) is best known for being the founder of the Methodist Church. His father was an Anglican priest. After an unsuccessful two-year ministry in Savannah, Georgia, Wesley returned to England and became a Moravian…. … Continued

Benjamin Franklin’s actual Estate Plan

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At 11 o’clockin the evening, on April 17, 1790, Benjamin Franklin died at the age of 84. An estate plan is a clearly-thought-out roadmap, made while you are still alive, for how you wish to dispose of your assets after your death. Once you… … Continued

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