The distinction between privacy and secrecy, one often blurred, is important in deciding when to disclose information about how much money you have. This article defines a secret as withheld personal information that is important to actions in a relationship, and gives advice on the application of this definition to disclosures about money.

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Privacy and Transparency: Anonymous vs. Public Giving

This timely and important NCFP Content Collection provides context for new donors considering how public to be with their grantmaking, management and operations, and provides ideas for existing foundations and boards contemplating this question.

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