See-Through Trust.

A see-through trust is a type of trust where the assets in the trust are still considered to be owned by the grantor for tax purposes. This means that the grantor is still responsible for paying any taxes on the trust assets, even though they are technically owned by the trust. See-through trusts are often … Read more

Schedule 13G Definition.

A Schedule 13G is an SEC filing that must be submitted by any person or entity that beneficially owns more than 5% of a company’s outstanding securities, and intends to hold those securities for the long-term (i.e. for investment purposes, as opposed to short-term trading). The Schedule 13G must include information such as the filer’s … Read more