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Cost basis is equal to cost basis of original grantor plus any gift tax paid (the same as if the beneficiary had received the stock directly as a gift)

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Q: At the conclusion of a GRAT what is the cost basis of the stock for the beneficiary grantors original cost or grantors cost on the date GRAT started or cost on the date of transfer to the beneficiary?
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