Selling CRT Lead Interests

Over the last 20 years, investors have been increasingly demanding liquidity in nearly every aspect of their financial lives. Real estate investment trusts that trade daily, like stocks, have replaced limited partnerships as the preferred choice; mutual funds offer daily liquidity; retirement funds are accessible through loans or early withdrawals; most living trusts are revocable or changeable. Even

Over the last 20 years, investors have been increasingly demanding liquidity in nearly every aspect of their financial lives. Real estate investment trusts that trade daily, like stocks, have replaced limited partnerships as the preferred choice; mutual funds offer daily liquidity; retirement funds are accessible through loans or early withdrawals; most living trusts are revocable or changeable. Even hedge funds rarely require more than a relatively short commitment. Yet charitable remainder

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