The Community Foundation of Western Nevada sponsors an article in Northern Nevada Business News (NNBN) that touches points why wealth is temporary but impacts can leave a long-lasting legacy for years to come.
The Community Foundation of Western Nevada tells the story about its March 2008 funded study, "Wealth Transfer in Nevada," which is in partnership with the Nevada Community Foundation (Las Vegas). The study focused on the transfer of wealth from generation to generation between 2005 and 2055 throughout Nevada with statistics reported by County.
The study's findings indicate that wealth is transitory, but what people do with it when they have it is a choice they make.
The Community Endowment at the Community Foundation of Western Nevada is something that is permanent. Donations and gifts will give on for generations and grow. Read the Entire Article
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