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Throwback Rules and Grantor Trusts

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Normally under current law, does a domestic fiduciary need to worry about the Throwback rules?
Identify three types of grantor trusts that will be respected as a separate entity under state law, but will not be treated as such under Federal tax law.

Are investment advisory fees paid by a trust subject to the 2%-of-AGI floor?

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Normally under current law, does a domestic fiduciary need to worry about the Throwback rules?

Throwback rules have been revoked for distributions in tax years beginning after August 1, 1997. However, a domestic trust may be subject to throwback rules if it was a foreign trust previously or was formed before March 1, 1984, unless ...

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