CLUT


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CLUTCharitable Lead Unitrust
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All the dry WFBs and BFBs were detected clearly because of changes in color and opacity using the OsiriX 16-bit CLUT editor.
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The techniques include grantor retained annuity trusts (GRAT), charitable lead annuity or unitrusts (CLAT or CLUT), and qualified personal residence trusts (QPRT).
* a unitrust interest, which is an irrevocable right to receive at least annually a fixed percentage of trust assets, as revalued each year (i.e., charitable lead unitrust or CLUT).
A CLT can be either 1) a charitable lead annuity trust (CLAT), which pays a specific dollar amount or a percentage of the initial fair market value of the assets used to fund the trust; or 2) a charitable lead unitrust (CLUT), which pays a specific percentage of the fair market of trust assets determined on a periodic basis, usually annually.
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CLTs also come in two forms: CLAT and CLUT. The CLAT pays a percent of the trust's initial value to charity cent of the trust, valued annually, to charity.
It wasn't until the hour mark that Rovers had a clear- clut chance but Davie Mathieson brought off a double save from Lee Duncan.