6%

Wisconsin residents with $1 million or more in net worth have designated an average of 6 percent of their estates to charity in their wills, according to a new poll by BMO Private Bank.

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Wisconsin residents with $1 million or more in net worth have designated an average of 6 percent of their estates to charity in their wills, according to a new poll by BMO Private Bank.

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