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Account in trust
Account managed by the account holder for another person, called the beneficiary. For example, an account opened by parents to give money to their minor children.
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Account in Trust
An account at a bank, brokerage, or insurance company that is held by one person but managed by another. That is, while one person owns the account in trust, another (often a parent or guardian) manages it. Often, the account is only held in trust until certain conditions are filled. For example, a child may take control of an account in trust upon reaching age 18.
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