Grantor’s power to substitute insurance policy won’t cause inclusion in estate

Revenue Rule 2011-28 concludes that an individual’s retention of the power, exercisable in a nonfiduciary capacity, to acquire an insurance policy on his life held by a trust he created by substituting other assets of equivalent value won’t cause the value of the policy to be includible in his gross estate under Code Sec. 2042.

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