Want a FREE Book? How about 2 FREE Books?

From time to time, I come across truly special offers that I’m pleased to share with you.

Today, I want to give you the chance to get not one, but two, FREE books about planned giving written by Texas Tech University researcher Russell James, JD, PhD, CFP:

Visual Planned Giving: An Introduction to the Law & Taxation of Charitable Gift Planning

Visual Planned GivingThis textbook is written specifically for fundraisers or financial advisors seeking to expand their knowledge about charitable gift planning. This introductory book addresses all of the major topics in planned giving law and taxation and features over 1,000 full-color illustrations and images that guide you through complex concepts in a visual and intuitive way. Distilled from his years of teaching Charitable Gift Planning at the undergraduate and graduate levels, James makes this topic accessible and enjoyable for the busy professional.

Here are some of the things you’ll learn:

• The secret to understanding planned giving

• A super simple introduction to taxes

• How to document charitable gifts

• Valuing charitable gifts of property

• Special techniques for donating retirement assets, private foundations and donor advised funds

• And much more!

The paperback version of this book retails for $187.98. However, you can get the electronic version for FREE thanks to my friends at MarketSmart, just click here.

American Charitable Bequest Demographics

This book provides an extensive review of the changing nature of American charitable estate planning from 1992-2012 and includes over 50 charts and graphs. James presents information in a simple, visual fashion with each page containing a graph or chart, comments on the importance of the information, and details about the methodology behind the data. Much of the information presented comes from a long-running, nationally-representative, longitudinal survey including information about the final estate distributions from over 10,000 survey respondents who have died during the study.

• Major sections include:

• National demographic trends

• Trends in charitable plans among those aged 55+

• Examination of matured plans of deceased respondents

• Timing of charitable plan changes

• And much more!

The electronic version of this book retails for $9.99. However, thanks to James, you can get it for FREE when you subscribe to this blog site in the right-hand column. You’ll receive an email confirmation of your subscription that will contain a link to the book. (I recognize that your privacy is important, so I assure you that your email address will never be sold.)

Now that I’ve saved you a bundle of money, I’d like to suggest some books you can purchase that will inspire and help you achieve greater results. When you make your purchase, usually at a discount, at The Nonprofit Bookstore (powered by Amazon), a portion of every sale will be donated to charity.

Donor-Centered Planned Gift Marketing

I wrote this book to provide fundraising professionals with easy-to-implement ideas for generating planned gifts. Want to have happier, more trusting donors who will give more often and more generously than ever before? This book will help you by introducing insightful, practical advice for launching or improving a successful, well-rounded planned gift marketing program. This book won the AFP-Skystone Prize for Research in Fundraising and Philanthropy. It is listed on the official CFRE International Resource Reading List.

You can hear me for FREE as I talk about my book and provide some insights on The Nonprofit Spark web-radio show hosted by Renee McGivern or The Nonprofit Coach Radio Show hosted by Ted Hart, ACFRE.

Browse all the titles in the AFP/Wiley Development Series

Association of Fundraising Professionals and publisher John Wiley & Sons have teamed up to produce practical, smart books written by nonprofit professionals for nonprofit professionals. Book subjects include annual giving programs, capital campaigns, planned giving, stewardship, ethics, donor retention, prospect research, and much more.

Browse the titles that Readers Recommend at The Nonprofit Bookstore (powered by Amazon)

To be listed in this section of The Nonprofit Bookstore, a book must be recommended by a reader. The books on this list include works focused on nonprofit management and fundraising best practice. In addition, titles include inspirational works about the nonprofit sector and the people who work in the sector. By browsing this section, you’ll find books Readers Recommend that will inspire you and help you get strong results.

If you have a favorite book about fundraising or nonprofit management, please recommend it in the comment section below.

That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?

One Comment to “Want a FREE Book? How about 2 FREE Books?”

  1. Reblogged this on Unleashed Abundance and commented:
    Thank you, Michael!

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