complex trust

Definition of "complex trust"
  1. A type of trust where it's not mandatory to distribute all earnings, and it allows the distribution of main capital
How to use "complex trust" in a sentence
  1. The complex trust allows the trustees to reinvest the income rather than distribute it.
  2. When considering wealth management options, one might consider establishing a complex trust in order to retain control over the principal.
  3. Not all income from the complex trust was distributed, allowing the trust to accumulate growth.

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