If you give cash gifts to your children or grandchildren, please read on...
You can an give up to $15k annually to any person. A married couple can give away up to $30k. You don’t get a tax deduction for the gift, but it’s not taxable income to your child.
Amounts paid directly to your kid’s or grandkid’s school does not count towards the annual $15k limit, meaning you can pay unlimited tuition. Same goes for medical expenses paid for anyone, as long as payments are paid directly to the service provider.
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