Incapacity Planning - Special Needs Trust



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RELATED TERMS
  1. Special Needs Trust

    A legal arrangement and fiduciary relationship that allows a ...
  2. Beneficiary Of Trust

    A beneficiary of trust is a person for whom a trust was created, ...
  3. Blind Trust

    A trust in which the executors have full discretion over the ...
  4. Bare Trust

    A basic trust in which the beneficiary has the absolute right ...
  5. See-Through Trust

    A trust that is treated as the beneficiary of an individual retirement ...
  6. Unit Trust - UT

    An unincorporated mutual fund structure that allows funds to ...
RELATED FAQS
  1. Will 529A plans replace special needs trusts?

    Understand the difference between a 529A plan and a special needs trust. Learn whether or not 529A plans will replace special ... Read Answer >>
  2. What is the difference between revocable and irrevocable intervivos trusts?

    Learn what an inter-vivos trust is, the difference between an irrevocable and a revocable inter-vivos trust, and why it is ... Read Answer >>
  3. Do beneficiaries of a trust pay taxes?

    Learn how interest income from a trust is taxed, and understand when this money is taxable to the trust and when it is taxable ... Read Answer >>
  4. Will I have to pay taxes every year when I receive the $25,000 from my trust fund?

    My inheritance is in the form of a trust fund that distributes $25,000 per year for 10 years. ... Read Answer >>
  5. Can I put my IRA in a trust?

    Learn the proper way to transfer ownership of your IRA to a trust. Consider how naming the trust as a beneficiary affects ... Read Answer >>
  6. What are the requirements that a trust needs to meet to be qualified?

    The requirements that a trust must meet to be qualified are as follows: The trust must be a valid trust under state law or ... Read Answer >>
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