trust with

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trust (someone or something) with (someone or something)

1. To allow someone or something to care for or have custody over someone or something. I'm trusting the dogs with my brother-in-law while we're on our honeymoon. Many people feel uncomfortable trusting their family members with nursing homes. I don't know if you should trust the car with Jake like that.
2. To give someone confidential information with the belief or hope that they will keep it a secret. Can I trust you with a secret? Tammy and I have started dating! He's proven that he can't be trusted with such sensitive information.
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trust someone with someone or something

to leave someone in the care of someone or something. Can I trust you with my uncle? He needs to have his medicine right on time. I am sure I can trust you with the money. Don't leave that cake with me. I can't trust myself with it.
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trust with

To grant discretion to someone confidently: Can you trust them with your credit card information?
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16040 provides that the trustee must administer the trust with reasonable care, skill and caution under the then-prevailing circumstances that a prudent person acting in a like capacity would use in the conduct of an enterprise of like character and with like aims to accomplish the purposes of the trust as determined from the trust instrument.
The TPT can be designed as a domestic trust or as a foreign trust with stronger asset-protection features, yet be treated as a domestic trust for Federal income tax reporting purposes.
A trust with a modest portfolio intended to fund education could have a relatively simple plan, while one planning for extensive real estate holdings that are intended to provide multiple generations of beneficiaries with income may have a much more complicated plan.
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If the grantor were to sell a valuable asset on credit to the trust with no net worth, the IRS might consider the transaction a sham.
A trust with a zero inclusion ratio is exempt from GST tax.
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First, inadvertently, no GST exemption has been previously allocated to a trust with appreciable assets and one or more potential skip-person beneficiaries, in which there have been transfers made by gift in previous years.
The notes initially carried zero interest, paying interest only after a trust with respect to which the note was issued ceased to be a grantor trust.
672(f)(2), as amended, provides that a trust with a foreign grantor will nevertheless be a grantor trust if (1) the grantor can revest in himself title to trust property without another's approval or consent or with the consent of a related or subordinate party subservient to the grantor or (2) during the grantor's lifetime, the only amounts distributable (whether income or corpus) from the portion of the trust treated as owned by the grantor are amounts distributable to the grantor or his spouse.