This brief presents key findings from the latest report on the Foundation Expenses and Compensation Project - the first large-scale, long-term, systematic study of independent, corporate, and community foundations' expenses and compensation patterns and the factors behind them. It documents how differences in type, size, and operating activities of foundations affect their finances and charitable administrative expenses. This brief highlights the key findings of the full report, "What Drives Foundation Expenses and Compensation?: Results of a Three-Year Study."
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