Appraise the principles that trusts are based on, and examine ways that trusts can be taxed.Find out what happens when trusts are terminated. Formulate solutions to tax problems. Discuss express trusts and non-resident trust estates.
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This subject was previously known as Taxation (Trusts).
This subject explores the historical background to the development of equitable remedies and provides an introduction to trusts within an overview of various trust structures. It examines the taxation of trust distribution and the taxation of other types of trusts.
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