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CRT

 (sē′är′tē′)
n.
1. A cathode-ray tube.
2. A monitor, television, or projector that displays an image using a cathode-ray tube.

CRT

abbreviation for
1. (General Physics) cathode-ray tube
2. (Economics) (in Britain) composite rate tax: a system of paying interest to savers by which a rate of tax for a period, such as one financial year, is determined in advance, and interest is paid net of tax which is deducted at source

CRT

1. cathode-ray tube.
2. a computer terminal or monitor that includes a cathode-ray tube.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.CRT - a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen
Crookes tube - the original gas-discharge cathode-ray tube
electron gun - the electrode that is the source of electrons in a cathode-ray tube or electron microscope; consists of a cathode that emits a stream of electrons and the electrostatic or electromagnetic apparatus that focuses it
gas-discharge tube - a tube in which an electric discharge takes place through a gas
kinescope, picture tube, television tube - a cathode-ray tube in a television receiver; translates the received signal into a picture on a luminescent screen
cathode-ray oscilloscope, CRO, oscilloscope, scope - electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
CRT screen, screen - the display that is electronically created on the surface of the large end of a cathode-ray tube
television system, television - a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
Translations

CRT

N ABBR =cathode ray tubeTRC m
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Transfers to donor-advised funds, supporting organizations, private foundations, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and pooled income funds are not qualified charitable distributions.
This is accomplished by having the donor contribute an appreciated asset to a charitable remainder trust and take back an annuity or unitrust interest, then having the trust sell the asset and reinvest the proceeds in tax-exempt securities.
Trusts that aren't exempt from federal taxes, such as charitable remainder trusts, aren't subject to the Medicare surcharge either.
added, "The Real Estate Power Program ensures maximum tax benefits for donors and TERI, while also helping donors through the facilitation of charitable remainder trusts.
Under this approach, the grantor of the charitable remainder trust would also create an irrevocable life insurance trust or ILIT for the benefit of the family and make gifts to the trust with which the trustee may purchase life insurance.
On appeal, the petitioner further contended that the estate had only minor defects in satisfying the charitable remainder trust requirements since the percentage of trust income going to the income beneficiary was "fixed" at 100%.
Unlike charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead masts are not tax-exempt The primary benefit of a CLT lies in its potential gift-tax advantages.
DURING LIFETIME the grantor, after establishing a charitable remainder trust, gives property to the trust while retaining a right to payments from the trust.
Although the charitable remainder trust provisions were enacted in 1969, the use of them has grown dramatically since the mid-1980s.
As in the case of a charitable remainder trust, a CLT can be either an annuity trust or a unitrust.
In one kind of CRT interest transaction, the grantor contributes assets that have increased in value to a new charitable remainder trust.
One example, a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT), when combined with a Special Needs Trust (SNT), creates a powerful combination that can result in a win-win-win situation for the child with special needs, the parent or other trust settlor, and the charity.

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