<Any idea if stock dividend income taken from a trust gets the reduced tax rate, oris it like an IRA/401k, taxed at your marginal rate?>Dividends are reported as qualifying or ordinary, on the 1041, just as they are for the 1040. The K-1, which reports distributions to a beneficiary, also reports this. My understanding is that they all receive the same tax treatment. Therefore, dividend income, in a trust, is treated like regular income, not like IRA/401(k) income.Wendy
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