grantor retained income trust

Definition of "grantor retained income trust"
  1. A type of trust that cannot be changed, where the person who establishes the trust keeps the right to the trust's income for a set time period or until their death, after which the assets of the trust pass on to the chosen beneficiary
How to use "grantor retained income trust" in a sentence
  1. In order to reduce future estate tax liability, they decided to establish a grantor retained income trust for their heirs.
  2. The tax professional advised her to create a grantor retained income trust so that she could still receive income while minimizing the estate taxes.
  3. In the will, it was mentioned that upon his death, the assets of the grantor retained income trust would transfer to the designated beneficiary.

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