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Q-Tip

(kyo͞o′tĭp′)
A trademark for a cotton-tipped swab.
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Q-tip®

n (US) → Q-tip® m
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

Q-Tip

رَأْسُ البُرْعُم القُطْنِيّ vatová tyčinka vatpind Wattestäbchen μπατονέτα bastoncillo, flor de algodón pumpulipuikko coton-tige štapić za uši cotton fioc 綿棒 면봉 wattenstaafje Q-tips patyczki higieniczne cotonete ватная палочка bomullstopp สำลีแคะหู kulak çubuğu tăm bông 棉棒
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As another option, a Qualified Terminable Interest Property trust can enable a grantor to provide for a surviving spouse and maintain control of how the assets of the trust are distributed once the surviving spouse has also died.
* The trust has greater creditor protection than a survivor's or Qualified Terminable Interest Property trust.
In some states, the qualified terminable interest property trust, which is available under federal law, is also available under state law.
(1) Qualified terminable interest property trust. If qualified terminable interest property, as defined above, passes to the surviving spouse in trust, the trust is called a qualified terminable interest property trust (QTIP trust).
(7) Refer to page 41 for a chart illustrating the use of a qualified terminable interest property trust. Also, see page 498 for a discussion of powers of appointment.
Example: the qualified terminable interest property trust, a marital deduction trust that is generally used to protect assets for children from a first marriage while providing income to a spouse from a second marriage during the individual's lifetime.
A qualified terminable interest property trust, or QTIP, may also be an attractive estate-planning choice for the business owner.
estate tax stuff like bypass trusts and qualified terminable interest property trust provisions.
Clients who want certainty as to the tax results of a transfer of art by gift--but hesitate to make a transfer (and possibly pay gift tax) before an IRS ruling--should consider transferring the asset to an inter vivos qualified terminable interest property trust (QTIP) and obtain a valuation ruling under Rev.
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