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Author: mrlumu One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121172  
Subject: Custodial Drips Date: 3/16/2001 11:24 AM
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With a subject line like that I think maybe I ought to be looking for a plumber. Any way I've been lurking on this board for a while and was hoping to get some input.
I'm looking to start a few drip accounts for minor children. That in itself poses no real challenge. However 3 of the accounts will be for NR Alien children. I had planned on listing myself as custodian for the accounts in order to make it easier to keep up with future investments using my bank acount. Will this cause unneccessary complications as far as taxes or would it just be treated as if the account was for a NR alien? Or are there any suggestions as to a different route to take?

Thank you in advance

Mr Lumu
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