What is Totten Trust?

Legal Definition
A Totten trust (also referred to as a "Payable on Death" account) is a form of trust in the United States in which one party (the settlor or "grantor" of the trust) places money in a bank account or security with instructions that upon the settlor's death, whatever is in that account will pass to a named beneficiary. For example, a Totten trust arises when a bank account is titled in the form "[depositor], in trust for [beneficiary]".
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Legal Definition
A bank account in the depositor’s name “as trustee for” a named beneficiary. A totten trust can be revoked by: (1) the withdrawal of all money from the bank account; (2) if there is an express revocation in writing made during the lifetime of the depositor; or (3) if the beneficiary dies.
Legal Definition
where you put your own money in a bank in your own name as the trustee for another person.