Settlor interested trust definition

What does Settlor interested trust mean?

The settlor interested rules are anti-avoidance rules, aimed at ensuring that a settlor cannot avoid tax on assets of which they are not fully divested. Whether a trust is settlor interested will depend on the particular tax in question.

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