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Yadnya Investment Academy 24 Nov 16
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The Tax Memo 23 Aug 17
How Much Money Can You Gift Tax-Free?
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Zee Business 6 Feb 17
Here's all you need to know about ""
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GoodReturns.IN 31 Mar 15
When Have You to Pay Tax on Gifts Received in India?
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Larry S. Hymes 28 Oct 15
It’s Official – 2016 Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Increased!-
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Ilyce Glink 31 Aug 14
Here's the lowdown from the on and
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V. La Torre Jeker JD 8 Jan 19
LOVE SCHMUV! Just K.I.S.S. (Keep It Separate Sweetheart) - US Tax Perils of Mixed national couples when only one spouse is – Beware how you title property. Today's post covers the ramifications.
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UK Philanthropy 9 May 16
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Taxpayers Protection Alliance 19 Apr 15
: podcast- . talks & ; Prez David Willams on
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Greg Kyte, CPA 21 Dec 18
Keep the gift tax in mind when you give Santa your Christmas list. (also the gift tax exclusion was raised to $15K for 2018)
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Janet Novack 19 Jan 15
President Would Make Death A Taxable Event
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Birbal Sharma Dec 3
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Josh Pocock 5 Apr 15
Remember... For the government, EVERY DAY is Tax Day!
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Taxpayers Protection Alliance 2 May 17
100% correct: Kill the and the (via )
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Taxpayers Protection Alliance 8 Jan 16
thanks some in Congress for getting fix passed and into law:
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US Tax & Financial Sep 25
US Estate Tax, Gift Tax & Trusts Tax planning & tax compliance issues arise with many life events. This is especially true of the US tax system and relevant to multinational families. Planning ahead with key events in mind is essential
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Stuart R. Morris 27 Sep 18
The look on a loved one's face when they receive a gift is priceless. However, if that gift is cash or property valued over $15,000 and it's given to someone besides your spouse, then it will require a gift tax return. Call (561) 750-3850 to find out more
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Greg Kyte, CPA 30 Nov 17
Santa will get hit with a gift tax liability if he leaves more than $14K of coal in any given stocking.
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Greg Kyte, CPA 21 Dec 17
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Katherine Von Kohorn 3 Oct 18
Seems like a law school transfer tax hypothetical!
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