Grantor trusts are trusts which are income taxed to the “substantial owner” of the trust. Usually, the substantial owner is otherwise known as the “grantor” or “trustor.” Nongrantor trusts are trusts which are not grantor trusts. But, what is the tax reporting for grantor and nongrantor trusts? Read on to learn more.
About Edward Lovato
Edward W. Lovato is a New Mexico native. After graduating from Rio Rancho High School, Edward joined the Marines and served 13 years on active duty in the enlisted and officer ranks, including tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Edward founded the Rio Rancho law firm of Lovato Law, P.C. in 2017 and he oversees a practice devoted to providing clients with the best in estate planning. Edward attended the University of New Mexico where he earned both his Bachelor of Business Administration and his Juris Doctor (law) degrees.