Food For Thought: The Zeroed-Out QPRT?

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As many of us know, the Qualified Personal Residence Interest Trust, or “QPRT,” is a common estate planning tool. An individual contributes his or her residence to a trust, but retains the right to live in the residence for a term of years (e.g., 10 or 20 years). The contribution of the residence to the trust is a gift, but the gift is reduced by the value of the individual’s retained interest, so the gift is much less than the actual fair market value of the residence.

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