Money Gift

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Money Gift

Cash or a cash equivalent that an individual transfers to another individual while neither receiving nor expecting anything in return. As with all gifts, a money gift is taxable in the United States, but only if its value exceeds $13,000 (in 2009) and is not specifically excluded. For example, gifts between spouses are not taxable under any circumstances. See also: Estate, Gift Tax.
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This account can be used to hold assets for the benefit of your child, as well as be named as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan, and will serve as a great holding place for any money gifts from grandparents and other doting family members or friends.
Of course, it's not all about the fun times - you need to remember the more serious aspect of money gifts, too.
Devised into socks and slippers, mugs, novelty gifts, sweets and pocket money gifts, which are perfect as a gift from your little ones, you can easily search by the type of gift you're after.
Supreme Court decisions have sided with the notion that not restricting money gifts to members of Congress supports the First Amendment.
It might be, unfortunately, that researchers and the executives reading the study care more about the former than the latter statistics, since organizations tend to desire money gifts far more than donated skills.
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The couple headed to Hereford, Texas - the beef farming capital of the world - for their honeymoon and are planning to spend their wedding money gifts on a new herd of British Blue cattle.
The report adds: "The committee is also of the opinion that the respective money gifts can probably only be explained if they are associated with the FIFA presidential elections of 1 June 2011.
The ethics committee report said: "The committee is also of the opinion that the respective money gifts can probably only be explained if they are associated with the FIFA presidential elections of June 1, 2011.
Of declared enmity with fallen friends and high revenge, of aunts with wet kisses and neighbour's broken windows, of levels of wanton cruelty that only boys can reach in air-gunning little birds and nicknames and appetites that just wouldn't be satiated, of holidays to grandparents and money gifts from relatives, of measles and mumps and chicken pox and soup and spoiling, of a time that we thought would never end.