Drafting IRA Beneficiary "See-Through" Trust Provisions
Meeting Complex IRS Rules to Qualify a Trust as a Conduit Trust or an Accumulation Trust
An encore presentation.
A 90-minute CLE/CPE video webinar
This CLE/CPE course will provide estate planning counsel with detailed guidance on drafting "see-through" trusts that qualify as IRA beneficiaries under IRS regulations. The panel will explain provisions governing both "conduit trusts" and "accumulation trusts" and offer sample language for both trusts that will meet IRS standards.
- Trusts as beneficiaries of IRA
- Conduit vs. accumulation trust
- DNI impact and considerations
- Drafting provisions for conduit trusts
- Drafting provisions for accumulation trusts
The panel will review these and other relevant issues:
- Impact of the SECURE Act and other regulations
- Income tax considerations in utilizing a see-through trust
- What provisions must be included in trust language for a trust to qualify for see-through treatment as either a conduit trust or an accumulation trust
- Factors to consider when drafting a QTIP trust as an IRA beneficiary trust
An encore presentation.
Joseph N. (Joe) Blumberg
Senior Vice President, Senior Trust Advisor
Northern Trust Wealth Management
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Cannot Attend December 28?
You may pre-order a recording to listen at your convenience. Recordings are available 48 hours after the webinar. CPE credit is not available on recordings. Strafford will process CLE credit for one person on each recording. All formats include course handouts.