What Exactly is an Irrevocable Trust?

Posted by on May 26, 2018 in Economy with 0 Comments

An irrevocable trust is a gift given, typically the gift is money or a business, that cannot be undone. This type of trust, unlike a revocable trust, is permanent and may not be altered or canceled. If you would like to give a trust where you may change your mind regarding the conditions of it then you will need a revocable trust. If you are receiving an irrevocable trust, know that you will need to fill out and submit the EIN application, which can be obtained through IRS-EIN-Tax-ID easily and quickly with our 24-hour online application.

An irrevocable trust cannot be changed after you have signed the contract agreement. Once the grantor passes away, or are not physically well enough to oversee their personal assets and finances, then the trust and its contents become non-reversible. There can be no changes or cancellations to an irrevocable trust. Most commonly, irrevocable trusts take the form of money, estates, or a business that is being gifted permanently.


When an irrevocable trust is given and the grantor passes away, the grantor’s assets have the value removed from them. This just means that those items cannot be taxed after the grantor passes away. Most often, this type of trust is typically given to a loved one as it gives them the advantage of inheriting the grantor’s assets without the hassle and financial issues of taxes.

Please be advised that the asset(s) does not go to the beneficiary right away. The trust will first become the responsibility of a third party, the trustee. In Colorado, the trustee will need to obtain an EIN number Colorado. To do so, you will need to apply for the EIN (employer identification number) on IRS-EIN-Tax-ID’s convenient website. Our EIN application is available 24 hours a day and you will typically receive the EIN number within a day.

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