Gift Tax Exemption Amount for 2010

As David Goldman of the Florida Estate Planning Lawyer Blog recently noted, the IRS has announced that the annual gift tax exemption amount for 2010 will stay at $13,000.00. This represents the amount that each individual can give to another person without having to either pay any gift tax or file a gift tax return. If you decide to make a gift in excess of the exemption amount, then it is necessary to prepare and file a gift tax return with the IRS. Whether you will have to pay any gift tax on a gift depends on how much you gifted already during your life.

For more information on using the valuable estate planning tool of gifts, contact an estate planning attorney.


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