Accounting date-trusts accounts-trusts laws and accounts, Financial Accounting

Accounting Date

In determining the accounting date of the trust, the trustees will consider the following:

  1. Date of death (accounts to anniversary of death);
  2. Fiscal year-end (accounts to 31st December);
  3. Due date for payment of annuities;
  4. Beneficiaries’ income requirements.

 

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