Financial advisors should counsel their clients on the issues related to irrevocable trusts, as these tend to be complex.
When a grantor makes a transfer into an irrevocable trust, the individual essentially gives up their rights of ownership of the assets and the trust becomes a separate taxable entity, says Anjali Jariwala, founder of FIT Advisors in Chicago.
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