Do You Need to Include Your Gun Trust Funding Currency with Your Tax Stamp Application?

Funding your gun trust is one of the steps to have a valid gun trust.  Funding the gun trust gives the gun trust initial property.  You can learn more about the purpose of funding your gun trust here.  When you apply for a tax stamp as a gun trust applicant, you will need to include a copy of your notarized gun trust to the ATF with your tax stamp application.  What do you need to do with the funding currency though?  Does the funding currency need to be included with your tax stamp application?  The answer is no.  You won't include the funding currency with your tax stamp application.  The funding currency will simply be kept with your original gun trust paperwork.

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