This is another theory of mine that I need Parker to try and destroy.
My current plan is to never donate any money to a charitable cause until the day I die. When I die, I will leave one large lump sum to whomever I think deserves it.
What are the odds that the need for charity isn’t going to be just as great, if not greater, by the time I die? So why not invest that money into my home now, and let it appreciate, and then write them a check upon my death?
I mean, I earned the money, why shouldn’t I at least be able to enjoy it while I live? The frat house can have a full remodel upon my death.