For over 30 years, estate planners have used grantor trusts as an essential component of their clients’ planning. Commonly, clients loan funds to grantor trusts, or they finance installment sales of assets to those trusts. Those transactions are disregarded for income tax purposes: the grantor trust is a disregarded entity, and the note receivable is a disregarded asset.
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