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This year, trusts are subject to the 39.6 percent ordinary-income rate and the 20 percent capital gains rate to the extent their taxable income exceeds $12,150. And the 3.8 percent net investment income tax applies to undistributed net investment income to the extent that a trust’s adjusted gross income exceeds $12,150.
Three strategies can help you soften the blow of higher taxes on trust income:
Some of these strategies may, however, conflict with a trust’s purpose. Doeren Mayhew’s tax professionals in Michigan, Houston or Ft. Lauderdale can review your trusts and help you determine the best solution to achieve your goals.
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