Reducing Taxes in Taxable Cases
The Recovery Trust is based on a commonly used estate planning arrangement. Formal tax opinions are available for a minimal fee from a firm of 1,000+ advisors.
Avoid Unnecessary Taxes
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Increasing Your After-Tax Recovery
Plaintiffs often keep half of what they should, paying tax on winnings their lawyers keep. Lawyers then pay tax on the same money. The Recovery Trust avoids this "Double Tax."
Fees on Savings
Damages that Will Benefit
- Punitive damages & interest
- Alimony & child support
- Emotional distress without physical injury
- Fraud, negligence, breach of contract
- Interference with property/contract
- Defamation, libel, privacy violations
- Professional malpractice
- Opt-in class actions
Damages that Won’t Benefit
- Physical injury without punitives/interest
- Claims for your business or a capital asset
- Some discrimination claims
- Some employment claims
The Recovery Trust at Work
If your injury claim is owned by the Recovery Trust, you're not taxed on winnings paid out in legal fees. Instead, you pay tax only on the amount you keep.
The Recovery Trust supports deferral arrangements of all kinds and durations. Once created, the Recovery Trust distributes ownership of your future payments.
- Non-Qualified Assignments
- Qualified Assignments
- Post-QSF Structures
- Structured Fees
Often, plaintiffs structure less in order to pay taxes on the fee portion of their settlement. The Recovery Trust avoids those taxes, allowing larger or longer payments.
Advisors, Planners & Brokers
Advisors, planners, and brokers are critical to informing plaintiffs about arrangements like the Recovery Trust. We share 10% of our current and future fees with you on cases brought by lawyers you refer. Thank you for helping their clients avoid unnecessary taxation.
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