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Assuming the GRAT is set up to allow for a regrat, the grantor takes out the $500,000 in stock and replaces it with $500,000 in cash.
"It's an optimal time to regrat," says Michael J. J.nes, a certified public accountant and partner at Thompson J.nes LLP in Monterey, Calif., who has regratted trusts for a number of his high-net-worth clients.
Deciding whether to regrat involves analyzing what rate of return the asset needs in order to recover its original value and beat the IRS interest rate, known as the hurdle rate (or 7520 rate, for an Internal Revenue Code section); if the asset has tanked in recent months, the rate of return will need to be high, according to Rodriguez.
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