The benefits of charitable remainder trusts seem clear enough: Clients get a tax deduction, eliminate capital gains taxes for long-held and appreciated securities and benefit from an income stream that may last 20 years.
So do the disadvantages: An attorney has to draft the trust documents, and a tax professional will have to perform yearly reporting and compliance.
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