Sunday, November 7, 2010

Exploring Trusts for the Disabled

With the battle over taxes and estate planning techniques about to heat up, one type of planning vehicle has avoided contentious debate: the special-needs trust. These trusts are supposed to supplement the benefits a disabled person receives from the government — paying for additional services or equipment not otherwise covered — but not to supplant them. (Read more of Paul Sullivan's New York Times' article HERE.)
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