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Practical Practice Solutions: Income Taxes and Grantor Trust Angst

Martin M. Shenkman and Joy Matak explore options that might mollify growing grantor trust angst from continuing to bear the tax on trust income.

Even before the Internal Revenue Code concluded that a settlor of a grantor trust won’t be treated as having made a gift of the amount of the tax to the trust beneficiaries,1 most practitioners have long understood the many benefits of grantor trusts.2

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