In a new video, Princeton students from around the world express thanks to the thousands of members of the Princeton community who helped them continue their education through difficult times.
Presented by Gary Snerson, Senior Vice President, Non-Cash Assets, at Charitable Solutions LLC
Real estate can be a tax-wise way to support causes you care about and realize your philanthropic goals. This webinar will cover the most common (and a few less common) cases for making a gift using various types of real estate holdings, along with the tax implications and pitfalls to avoid.
Presented by G. Scott Clemons ’90, Partner, Chief Investment Strategist, Private Wealth Management, Brown Brothers Harriman
The COVID-19 crisis poses unprecedented challenges to public health, our economy, and financial markets. Even when the health risks begin to recede, the task of restarting economic growth looms large, with implications for businesses and investors alike. This webinar will consider the economy and financial markets in the age of COVID-19.
At this festive time of year, the heart of Princeton beats strong. See how Firestone Library is a vibrant hub of activity, fostering opportunities of inspiration, exploration, and contemplation.
Presented by Wade D. Pfau, PhD *03, Professor of Retirement Planning, The American College
For those of us wishing to retire one day, we are increasingly responsible for figuring out how to save during our working years and converting these savings into sustainable income for an ever-lengthening number of retirement years. In this webinar we consider retirement risks and how to approach building a plan to meet the financial goals of retirement while managing these risks.
Gifts made in the form of a gift annuity or charitable trust—gifts that make payments to the donor or other beneficiaries for life or a term—can now be credited to reunion giving campaigns starting at the 50th. Learn about the tax considerations and ways donors use these giving structures to diversify their retirement income, avoid or reduce capital gains tax, and move assets out of their estate.
Every year, Princeton alumni from every decade, along with friends of the University, come together through Annual Giving to strengthen and expand Princeton’s mission of excellence, including the University’s commitment to service to humanity.
On Saturday, June 1, nationally recognized experts Jennifer Jordan McCall '78, T. Randolph "Randy" Harris '72, and Victoria Baum Bjorklund '73 shared their thoughts on how to preserve your assets for your family and charities by avoiding bad choices and unscrupulous individuals in relationships, investments, and businesses.
Olga Troyanskaya is a professor of computer science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics. “I’m a computer scientist who has an experimental wet-lab,” said Troyanskaya, who came to Princeton in 2003 after earning her Ph.D. at Stanford University. “This is very unusual—and at Princeton it’s completely natural.”
Sophomore Tyler Eddy always dreamed of becoming a scientist, but that plan was nearly derailed when he dropped out of college. He was working full-time at an auto-parts store when he enlisted in the Marines with the intention of returning to school. He became an airframe helicopter mechanic and rose to a rank of corporal, while simultaneously taking community college classes.