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Split-Dollar Arrangements Not Subject to Gift Tax
Author: James F. McDonoughDate: May 9, 2016
IRS Proposes Rules to Tax Gifts from Expatriates
The IRS recently issued a new set of proposed rules on taxes for high-net-worth individuals in the U.S., including citizens...
What You Need to Know About the Gift Tax Exclusion & How to Potentially Avoid it
Currently, the gift tax exclusion threshold is $14,000, but most high net worth individuals will probably never pay the tax,...
Is New York One of the Most Tax Friendly States?
New York state has long been a gift tax haven, but recent changes to legislation have reduced the burden of...
New Legislation Protects Large Gift Donations To Nonprofits
The House of Representatives recently took action to protect individuals who make large gift donations By approving legislation that would...
2015 Gift Tax Limit Remains Steady
May 14, 2015
The federal gift tax limit will remain the same this year as it was last year, according to the IRS. As a...