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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Living Trusts 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780471263807
ISBN: 047126380X
Published: March 2005
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.95



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A guide for estate owners to setting up, funding and managing a living trust that will protect the trustor's financial affairs while living and when deceased. The book covers the advantages and disadvantages in creating a revocable living trust and discusses a trust can and cannot achieve.

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Contents:
Part I The revocable living trust in perspective: continuing need for estate planning; framework of a revocable living trust; trustee's powers, duties and responsibilities; property management and other benefits; disadvantages, reservations and limitations of a revocable living trust. Part II Operation of a revocable living trust and the impact of taxes: lifetime operation of a revocable living trust; federal income tax; federal and state transfer taxes. Part III Lifetime funding of a revocable living trust: overview of the funding process; real property interests; publicly-traded securities and U.S. government obligations; closely-held business interests; accounts in banks, savings, associations and credit unions; tangible and intangible personal property; qualified and nonqualified retirement plans; life insurance and annuities. Part IV Supporting documents: power of attorney and pour-over will.