The Nevada Nongrantor Incomplete Gift Trust. (PDF only) This trust is not designed to save federal transfer taxes, but is used by persons living in a state with high personal income tax rates to eliminate or reduce the that tax.
A memo explaining the laws regarding the formation of a licensed or unlicensed Nevada Family Trust Company.
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