“Nongrantor” trusts are trusts which aren’t taxed to a substantial owner pursuant to the grantor trust rules. Such a trust must file its own tax return and the income of the trust would be taxed to it, unless distributed. My friend and colleague Steve Hartnett, an estate planning expert, has written an informative blog on the subject. Read on to learn more.
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