If you are thinking about naming a trust with a charitable beneficiary as the recipient of some of your retirement assets, here is a word of advice: Don't! With the important exception of a charitable remainder trust (CRT), such a trust can pose problems for the mandatory payouts from the retirement account as well as challenges for claiming charitable income tax deductions for the charitable gifts made by the trust. If a person would like to make a charitable bequest of some retirement asset
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