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Whether your heirs are spendthrift grownups or small kids, you can avoid them from wasting your hard-earned savings by setting up a trust.
A trust is a legal entity that holds assets on behalf of the beneficiary and designates a trustee to disperse them according to your directions. You might advise the trustee to make regular monthly payments from the trust to the successor so the inheritance can’t be invested all at as soon as. You can also set up a trust that pays out gradually. You can stipulate when and what the funds might be utilized for, such as educational expenses, a new house, or retirement savings.
Generally, there are two types of trusts:
- testamentary trust is for when you pass away.
- inter vivos trust is for when you’re alive.