A Generation-Skipping or “GST” trust can be a good way to keep assets out of the taxable estate of a beneficiary and yet still allow them to be used for the beneficiary’s benefit during life. Read this blog, by my friend and colleague Steve Hartnett, an estate planning expert, to learn more about this type of trust and whether it might make sense for you.
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