None but fools trust to
luck in play," Dolokhov had then said.
Each moment, however, pressed upon him a conviction of the critical situation in which he had suffered his invaluable trust to
be involved through his own confidence.
I will trust to
you, sir,' returned Sissy, 'and you will trust to
Ah, we safely may trust to
its gleaming, And be sure it will lead us aright -- We safely may trust to
a gleaming That cannot but guide us aright, Since it flickers up to Heaven through the night.
This is a secret, which, of necessity, I trust to
The full amount of a loan of cash or distribution of marketable securities from a foreign trust to
Under the Trust's terms, G retains no beneficial interest in, or power over, Trust income or corpus that would cause the transfer to Trust to
constitute an incomplete gift for federal gift tax purposes--or that would cause the corpus to be included in G's gross estate for federal estate tax purposes on G's death.
Brown had established a testamentary or a revocable living trust to
transfer the corpus to her grandchildren, the transfer would be deemed to occur at her death for estate tax purposes.
Given the general rule for income inclusion under the constructive receipt doctrine, the establishment of a rabbi trust to
fund a NQDC arrangement could arguably constitute a taxable event for the employee.
The proposed reorganization involves the transfer of all the assets of the Intermediate Trust to
the Government Securities Fund, in exchange for class M shares of the Government Securities Fund.
Caveats: An employer adopting a WBP and funding a trust to
provide current and retiree medical benefits should be wary of plans that claim to offer deductions appearing to be considerably in excess of the actual costs an employer would incur if the benefits were insured through a commercial insurance company.
Instruction as to how value should be determined should be included in the accountant's will or trust to
avoid family arguments.
If a revocable trust is funded before disability and managed by the settlor (the person creating the trust) as an interim vehicle, one option is for the trust to
contain a provision making it irrevocable upon incompetency.
Such mechanisms include suspension of certain rights (including the right to vote and receive distributions) in respect of applicable units and the ability of the Trust to
redeem or repurchase such Class N Units.
The termination statement must clearly identify the trust to
which the termination statement is directed, describe the election out that is being terminated and either (1) the extent to which the prior election out is being terminated or (2) any current-year transfers to which the election out is not to apply.