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Old 03-10-2016, 06:33 PM
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Cool Best options for my mom's grantor trust

My mother passed leaving an revoccable living trust; her income at the time was not nearly enough to cover finial payments for the estate. The trust had not been funded properly due to her reaching age 70; lapsing many policies listed to benefit the trust; I paid the cost of these items as well as making improvements such as new roof, flooring, walkways,driveway, electrical, plumbing and fixture replacements and improvements. What is the best way for me to file the taxes for me and the estate in regard to the loan I made into the real property.

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