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n. a trust which requires that all income be distributed each year and not accumulated. (See: trust)
SIMPLE TRUST. A simple trust corresponds with the ancient use, and is where
property is simply vested in one person for the use of another, and the
nature of the trust, not being qualified by the settler, is left to the
construction of law. It differs from a special trust. (q.v.) 2 Bouv. Inst.
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There should be no RNRB issues over Bare trusts
or Interest in Possession trusts.
There are alternatives to bare trusts
if you want to maintain more control over your money, there are more complex flexible trusts, in which you can change the way the money is apportioned later.
often used by grandparents are not caught as the child is automatically entitled to the benefits at age 18.
The change to the rate of Capital Gains tax will however affect all trusts, other than bare trusts
. Trusts with "vulnerable" beneficiaries may also avoid the increased tax.
* All future and existing bare trusts
( a simple type of trust often used for an insurance policy to pay off a mortgage ( will not be affected.