How Much You Can Gift & Avoid Taxes

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By: Bill Henry
PublishedJul 8, 2020
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There’s a lot of confusion about how much money you can gift and avoid taxes.

Estate Planning Attorney sheds some light on the complex issue of gifts and tax liability.

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Clients often ask me, “What can I gift to someone without incurring any tax liability?” And what I tell them is, you’re allowed to give to your spouse any amount of money at any time.

You are free also to gift to any individual an amount up to $15,000 that is free from any gift tax liability.

In addition to the $15,000 annual exclusion amount, you have an $11.18 million exemption for unified estate and gift tax exemption that you can also utilize. This exemption is set to sunset or expire in the year 2025. Thanks a lot.

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