The following rules apply to determine how deductions that enter into the computation of distributable net income that is taxable to an estate or trust beneficiary are allocated among the items of trust income.
First, deductions not directly attributable to a specific class of income can be allocated to any item of income (including capital gains) included in distributable net income. However, a reasonable proportion must be allocated to tax-exempt income.
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