Trust investing never seems to get simpler. The combined impact of the fiscal cliff tax deal - increased marginal tax rates, the new Medicare tax on passive investment income and changing techniques for drafting and planning trusts - have changed the ground rules for many estate planning strategies.
For financial planners, the challenge of investing trust assets, planning for liquidity to fund distributions and identifying optimal asset location decisions is now probably greater than ever.
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