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"Rabbi trusts have been maintained to support non-qualified plans since the early 1980s. A rabbi trust is a grantor trust (typically with an independent financial institution serving as trustee) that is used by employers in order to accumulate assets to defray benefit obligations under a non-qualified plan. The rabbi trust is usually irrevocable, although it can be designed to be revocable until the happening of certain events such as a change in control."
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