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I understand that the annual gift tax exclusion for 2009 is $13,000 per recipient. A married couple can give $26,000 per recipient. My question is: Can a single individual make a $13,000 gift to a married man, and also make a $13,000 gift to the marrie


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The BIDaWIZ Team's Answer:

Yes: the annual gift tax exclusion amount is $13K, per recipient. Thus,

you may give each individual a $13K gift; without incurring a gift tax

liability.

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