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Conversion to grantor trust not taxable to grantor In Chief Counsel Advice 200923024, dated Dec. 31, 2008, Internal Revenue Service senior counsel addressed the income tax consequences of conversion of a non-grantor trust to a grantor trust. In the transaction at issue, interests in a partnership that owned appreciated stock were sold to a non-grantor trust by the grantor in exchange for a private

David A. Handler, partner, in the Chicago office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

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