A trust may be taxed as either a grantor trust or a nongrantor trust. Each type of trust has advantages and disadvantages. This article examines a grantor trust and situations in which it might be useful.
Jeffrey A. Nirenstein is a founding partner and vice president of the law firm of Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates, P.C. He received his bachelor of arts degree in government from Clark University and his law degree from New York Law School.
Mr. Nirenstein is licensed to practice before the courts of the State of Connecticut and the United States District Court. He is a member of the Connecticut and Hartford County Bar Associations, and the Estate and Probate, Elder Law, Business Law and Real Estate Sections of the Connecticut Bar Association.
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