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am i correct that distributions of dni made after the close

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am i correct that distributions of dni made after the close of the tax year and before the deadline for the filing of the trust return can be deducted in the tax year?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  MequonCPA replied 5 years ago.

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No. However there is a 65 day rule where the trustee can elect to treat distributions made within the first 65 days of the following tax year as having been made in the prior year. If the election is made, the distributions are not counted as distributions in the current year.

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