Cash gifts, which means someone gifts cash without receiving items of equivalent value in return, are generally taxable, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Exclusions do apply. For tax years 2014 and 2015, indivi... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Some money gifting programs include Cash Tracking System, Success Partners Network Today and The People's Program. These three programs are among the top programs in money gifting as of 2015, notes LinkedIn's SlideShare.... More » Business & Finance

California's Voluntary Accelerated Vehicle Retirement program, also known as Cash for Cars or Cash for Clunkers, offers car owners $1,000, or $1,500 for low-income individuals, who voluntarily retire vehicles that fail t... More »

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Though the rules governing this area of tax law are subject to change, as of 2014, cash gifts of up to $14,000 are not subject to federal taxes, as reported by Turbo Tax. The $14,000 figure is known as the annual exclusi... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The limit on tax-free gifts is $14,000 per person, as of 2015, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Any amount over this is subjected to gift taxes. More » Business & Finance Taxes