Donors must pay a gift tax on transfers of money or property for which they do not receive full compensation, reports the Internal Revenue Service. A number of types of gifts qualify as exceptions to the tax. Donors must... More »

A single taxpayer can give up to $14,000 to a relative or anyone else without owing gift taxes, as of 2015. Married taxpayers can give up to $28,000 before owing gift taxes, according to the Internal Revenue Service. More »

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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 »

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The rule for the annual gift tax is that when money or property is exchanged without any expectation of receiving something of equal value in return, a gift tax may be imposed, says the Internal Revenue Service. Gift tax... More »

The person who gives property or a sum of money to someone other than his spouse is the party responsible for reporting the gift and paying the taxes on the gift, states About.com. The taxes for the gift are due on or be... More »

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The IRS requires that individuals providing others with gifts pay a tax, unless special arrangements are made so that the receiver bears financial responsibility for the remittance, according to the Internal Revenue Serv... More »

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A person can gift money to a family member without paying tax by not exceeding the basic exclusion amount, notes the official web site of the Internal Revenue Service. The basic exclusion amount is a lifetime limit that ... More »