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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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A charitable remainder trust (CRT) that has unrelated business income (UBI) is subject to income taxation on all of its income.
1) Traditionally, advisers recommended against a grantor's acting as trustee of a charitable remainder trust, fearing that the grantor trust rules (see Q 1450) might result in its disqualification.
For example, charitable remainder trusts are tax-exempt entities, whereas charitable lead trusts are not.
If a donor transfers stock to a charitable remainder trust and then the trust sells it to an unrelated third party, the donor recognizes no capital gains tax (unless the sale is considered to have been prearranged).
The idea is that the additional income the donor receives because of the use of the charitable remainder trust (CRT) can be given by him/her to the WRT and used to pay premiums on insurance on the donor's life held in the WRT, which ultimately is distributed to the family to replace the "wealth" (i.
A charitable remainder trust is admittedly complex, and you'll want some expert advice from your financial consultant before you make any decisions.
6 Question #6: A client donated closely-held stock or real estate to his private foundation or charitable remainder trust.
The charitable remainder trust is a huge opportunity to shelter low-cost basis assets from huge capital gains (taxes) and remove those assets from estate tax analysis.
They were also setting up a charitable remainder trust, and helping AU supporters to include us as a beneficiary in their future financial plans.
THE CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUST ALLOWS YOU TO DO THE FOLLOWING: ELIMINATE THE TAXABLE CAPITAL GAIN ON THE ASSETS, ELIMINATE FUTURE PROBATE FEES, REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF TAX YOU PAY IN THE CURRENT YEAR, CONTINUE TO RECEIVE THE INCOME FROM THE ASSET FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE, AND LEAVE A GIFT TO THE HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE FOUNDATION UPON YOUR DEATH.
The concept behind a charitable remainder trust is to avoid both income and estate taxes, while benefitting a charitable organization.
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

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