Reduce distributable income within trusts

Discover the advantages of an investment bond when used in a trust without the complexity of other forms of investments
Unlike other investments such as shares, managed funds and term deposits, investment bonds do not distribute taxable income or realised gains unless a withdrawal is made within the first 10 years. Having a discretionary or family trust invest in an investment bond can reduce (or eliminate if fully invested) the level of distributable income. Find out more about how Generation Life can help to simplify and manage your distributable income from trusts, in the articles below.
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