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How to Ensure Trusts Hold Up to IRS Scrutiny

December 18, 2023

Financial Advisor Magazine

Senior Financial Planner Thomas Pontius, CFP® shared insights on how to build a quality trust. Thomas emphasizes that while it’s acceptable to fund trusts with assets and open a bank account in the name of the trust, all trust income still needs to be reported on the appropriate tax return. For more, read the Financial Advisor Magazine article here:

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