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Hi, I am the trustee of an irrevocable trust for my daughter.

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Hi, I am the trustee of an irrevocable trust for my daughter. May I make a gift of money to this trust eventhough I am the trustee? Thanks


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Yes, absolutely. There's no reason that a third party (i.e., not your daughter) cannot make a gift of additional assets to the trust. It is irrelevant that you are the currently serving trustee.


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