Should I use "type" or "types" in the below sentence:
The following are the different types of trusts that are available be for your business or investment structures:
- Discretionary Trust
- Fixed Trust
- Unit Trust
- Hybrid Trust
The bullet points above introduce different types of trust. "Be" should be eliminated for the sentence to be grammatical.
In order to determine which trust suits you best it depends on your personal circumstances.
I don't like the sentence above, because the tacit subject of "determine" (in order for you to determine), which is "you," clashes with impersonal "it." I suggest:
- Which trust suits you best depends on your personal circumstances.
- In order to determine which trust suits you best, you have to consider your personal circumstances.