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The Estate Planner’s Passthrough or Passback Entity of Choice – the Grantor Trust (Part One)

Journal of Passthrough Entities
One of the most popular pass-through entities used by sophisticated estate planners is the irrevocable grantor trust, set up during the grantor’s lifetime. The importance of the grantor trust for estate planning purposes has been highlighted by the recent revenue ruling, 2008-22.

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