Examples.

Examples. The following examples illustrate the principles of this section:
(ii) On April 15, 1998, when the value of the trust is \$150,000, T files a Form 709 reporting the 1997 transfer and allocating \$150,000 of GST exemption to the trust. The allocation is a timely allocation of \$40,000 with respect to the 1997 transfer and is effective as of that date. Thus, the applicable fraction for the trust as of July 1, 1997 is .40 (\$40,000/\$100,000 (\$40,000 + \$60,000)).
(iii) The allocation is also a late allocation of \$90,000, the amount necessary to attain a zero inclusion ratio on April 15, 1998, computed as follows: \$60,000 (the nontax portion immediately prior to the allocation (.40 × \$150,000)) plus \$90,000 (the additional allocation necessary to produce a zero inclusion ratio based on a denominator of \$150,000)/\$150,000 equals one and, thus, an inclusion ratio of zero. The balance of the allocation, \$20,000 (\$150,000 less the timely allocation of \$40,000 less the late allocation of \$90,000) is void.
(ii) As in Example 3, the allocation is a timely allocation as to the 1997 transfer (and the applicable fraction as of July 1, 1997 is .40) and a late allocation as of 1998. The amount of the late allocation is \$99,000, computed as follows: (.40 × \$165,000 plus \$99,000)/\$165,000 = one.
(iii) The balance of the allocation, \$11,000 (\$150,000 less the timely allocation of \$40,000 less the late allocation of \$99,000) is a timely allocation as of February 1, 1998. The applicable fraction with respect to the trust, as of February 1, 1998, is .355, computed as follows: \$60,000 (the nontax portion of the trust immediately prior to the February 1, 1998 transfer (.40 × \$150,000)) plus \$11,000 (the amount of the timely allocation to the 1998 transfer)/\$200,000 (the value of the trust on February 1, 1998, after the transfer on that date) = \$71,000/\$200,000 = .355.
(iv) The applicable fraction with respect to the trust, as of April 15, 1998, is .805 computed as follows: \$78,100 (the nontax portion immediately prior to the allocation (.355 × \$220,000)) plus \$99,000 (the amount of the late allocation)/ \$220,000 = \$177,100/\$220,000 = .805.
(ii) In year 5, when the value of the trust is again \$200,000, the trustee distributes another \$15,000 to GC. Because the trust is still subject to the ETIP in year 5, the inclusion ratio with respect to the year 5 GST is again computed immediately prior to the GST. In computing the new inclusion ratio, the numerator of the applicable fraction is reduced by the nontax portion of prior GSTs occurring during the ETIP. Thus, the numerator of the applicable fraction with respect to the GST in year 5 is \$92,500 (\$100,000 − (.50 × \$15,000)) and the inclusion ratio applicable with respect to the GST in year 5 is .537 (1 − (\$92,500/\$200,000) = .463). Any additional GST exemption allocated on a timely ETIP return with respect to the GST in year 5 is effective immediately prior to the transfer.

Source

26 CFR § 26.2642-4

Scoping language

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