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Charitable Remainder Trusts Last for a Specified Time If the grantor chooses to specify a fixed timeframe, it may not exceed a period of 20 years. Once the Charitable Remainder Trust comes to an end, any remaining assets go to the nominated charity.
A charitable remainder unitrust (CRUT) pays a percentage of the value of the trust each year to noncharitable beneficiaries. The payments generally must equal at least 5% and no more than 50% of the fair market value of the assets, valued annually.
Charitable remainder annuity trusts (CRATs) distribute a fixed annuity amount each year, and additional contributions are not allowed. Charitable remainder unitrusts (CRUTs) distribute a fixed percentage based on the balance of the trust assets (revalued annually), and additional contributions can be made.
Disadvantages. The CRT is irrevocable, meaning that with very few exceptions, it cannot be changed once it is created. It usually requires a donation of substantial assets to make sense. Legally, you no longer have control of the assets in the trust.
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