No, a trust cannot be the owner of an IRA as IRAs are opened in an individual account. However, you can make your trust a beneficiary of an IRA in a personal Betterment account. This can be done on the Account Settings page of your Betterment account.
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- Does Betterment provide tax statements for my trust account?
- Is the portfolio different for trust accounts?
- Can I convert my personal account to my trust?
- Can the grantor or beneficiary of a trust access the account?
- Can multiple trustees access the trust account?
- Does Betterment support multiple trust accounts?
- How do I open a trust account with Betterment?
- What documentation does Betterment require to open a trust account?
- Can I open an IRA or rollover an IRA into a trust account with Betterment?
- Can I have a personal and trust account?