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CRT

Abbreviation for cathode ray tube; Certified Respiratory Therapist.

CRT

1 abbreviation for cadaveric renal transplant.
2 abbreviation for cathode ray tube.
3 abbreviation for certified respiratory therapist.

CRT

Abbreviation for:
cadaveric renal transplantation
calretinin
capillary refill time
cardiac resuscitation team
cardiac resynchronisation therapy
cathode ray tube (Medspeak-UK)
central reaction time
Certified Respiratory Therapist
chemoradiotherapy
circuit resistance training
Community Rehabilitation Team (Medspeak-UK)
conformal radiation therapy
conventional radiotherapy
copper reduction test
cranial radiation therapy
crista terminalis

CRT

Abbreviation for cathode ray tube; certified respiratory therapist; circuit resistance training.

CRT,

n the abbreviation for cathode-ray tube.

CRT

capillary refill time.
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While charitable remainder trusts are limited to a maximum of 20 years, lead trusts can continue indefinitely.
Lifetime payments to non-charitable beneficiaries by charitable remainder trusts fall into two categories--either fixed, in the case of charitable remainder annuity trusts, or flexible, in the case of charitable remainder unitrusts.
While securities, IRAs and fixed instrument investments continue to be the most common types of assets donated philanthropically to charitable remainder trusts, the amount of real estate donations has been increasing given that both commercial and residential property has experienced dramatic appreciation nationwide over the past few years.
The pooled funds can also become a marketing distraction when similar vehicles such as charitable remainder trusts are available, according to the PGDC.
Essentially the reverse of a charitable remainder trust, these pay the annual revenue stream to a charitable organization and, at term's end, the remainder reverts back to the donor's estate.
If you are around 70 years of age (or older) and have assets which are more valuable today than when you acquired them, then the Charitable Remainder Trust is something you may want to consider.
No such tax occurs with a charitable remainder trust.
Simply stated, by taking advantage of a charitable remainder trust, Bob will have major tax savings for himself and receive significant income for life while giving ACF's endowment campaign a major boost
It often takes potential donors a long time to decide to establish a charitable remainder trust.
7520 interest rate, the larger the charitable contribution deduction for a charitable remainder trust (CRT) (see Sec.
The three most popular growth income vehicles are the Charitable Remainder Trust, Pooled Income Fund, and Charitable Gift Annuities.
Our new Charitable Trust Services, launched late in the year, has also attracted the attention of philanthropists who are looking to generate dependable income for life while setting aside a future charitable donation from a Charitable Remainder Trust," said Wright-Violich.

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