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Nonqualified welfare benefit trust: tax filing requirement


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Is a nonqualified welfare benefit trust (a non-VEBA welfare benefit fund) required to file an income tax return separate from the employer's return?

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Is this program a 419A trust? Generally trusts are required to file a separate tax return using an IRS 1041 form. However, certain grantor trusts are exempt from this requirement if the income from the trust is taxed to the grantor. Your client should consult a tax advisor.

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