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What is the records retention requirements in a Florida

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What is the records retention requirements in a Florida Irrevocable Trust?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 4 months ago.
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FL Code says that the trustee must keep and maintain accurate records and receipts for the time they are trustee. See: FS(###) ###-#### So, they do not have a set records retention schedule to destroy the records. The trustee must keep all of the trust records for the duration of the trust. As far as upon termination of the trust, the statutes of limitations which has the longest time period is for taxes, which is 7 years from termination of the trust, so records would need to be kept at least 7 years beyond the termination of the trust.

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