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having talent

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endowed with talent or talents

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In reality, many young gifted and talented students have extremely high career expectations and aspirations, and others may have high career expectations of them as well.
Kottmeyer is also a gifted education advocate who manages an Internet discussion board for parents of gifted kids that has several thousand members.
In light of the interplay between the SOL and the adequate disclosure rules, taxpayers should submit a qualified appraisal, even if they believe that the value of the gifted interest is under the annual exclusion amount, to ensure that the SOL expires.
For example, the IRS could argue that legal principles prevent the donee from taking a position about the basis of gifted property different from the one on the gift tax return.
Furthermore, like other educators who may be unaware of complex affective concerns of gifted students, school counselors may have attitudes and biases that preclude trusting relationships, and therefore effective work, with them (Peterson, 2006b).
2503(b) annual exclusion for the gifts, arguing that they were present-interest gifts, because the gifted units had rights identical to the units the Hackls retained.
Moreover, identifying gifted students with learning disabilities for placement in appropriate educational programs can be problematic because of the ambiguity of the definitions for giftedness and learning disabilities (Hannah & Shore, 1995).
However, if a donee recognizes a loss on a subsequent sale of gifted property, the basis for computing recognized loss is the lesser of (1) the donor's basis or (2) the property's FMV at the date of the gift.
The court also pointed out that to accept the estate's argument would effectively convert all gifts to present interests because a beneficiary can always obtain a current benefit by disposing of his or her interest in the gifted property or in the entity receiving the property.
Retailers could also see strong post-Christmas spending that will start off 2006 on a positive note, since store gift certificates and gifts of cash are expected to be the most gifted item this holiday season.
State (Virginia) law provided that, in the order appointing a conservator (or in a separate proceeding brought on petition), a court could authorize a conservator to make gifts of the ward's property as long as it was (1) not needed for the ward's maintenance and (2) gifted to persons to whom the incapacitated person would, in the court's judgment, have made gifts had he been of sound mind.
Out of the seven major gifting holidays, Valentines Day is the third most widely gifted holiday, after Christmas (96 percent) and Mother's Day (74 percent).
If Alec made a direct gift of stocks worth 1% of the $1 million stock portfolio he assembled, he would make a gift with a value of $10,000--the value of the gifted securities.
Out of the seven major gifting holidays, Valentine's Day is the third most widely gifted holiday, after Christmas (96 percent) and Mother's Day (74 percent).
situs assets, including intangible assets that could have been gifted tax free prior to death.