The unique design of a BDIT minimizes — even eliminates — many tax and non-tax problems
Generally, most clients want the same thing: control, use and enjoyment of their assets until death and protection of their assets from potential claimants. They also want these same benefits for their family members after they themselves pass away. Ideally, these goals can be met in a tax efficient manner. It's a fundamental fact of estate planning that to best accomplish these goals, the assets must be passed on in a generation-skipping trust. The trust can be designed to achieve the ...
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