Episode 7: Last Minute Moves That Save Taxes For 2009 and Beyond

Episode 7: Last Minute Moves That Save Taxes For 2009 and Be...

Kane & Company, Certified Public Accountants and Advisors

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Make year-end gifts. A person can give any other person up to $13,000 for 2009 without incurring any gift tax. The annual exclusion amount increases to $26,000 per donee if the donor's spouse consents to gift-splitting. Anyone who expects eventually to have estate tax liability and who can afford to make gifts to family members should do so....
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Make year-end gifts. A person can give any other person up to $13,000 for 2009 without incurring any gift tax. The annual exclusion amount increases to $26,000 per donee if the donor's spouse consents to gift-splitting. Anyone who expects eventually to have estate tax liability and who can afford to make gifts to family members should do so....
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