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Synonyms for donee

the recipient of funds or other benefits

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of easements that authorize swaps would deprive donees of the ability to
transaction are not perfectly aligned, and most donees are careful to
Notably, the three donees signed their acceptance of the donation, which acceptance the deed required.
An inter vivos donation of the real property must be evidenced by a public document and should be accepted by the donee in the same deed of donation, or in a separate instrument.
Similarly, disbursements made by a charitable organizations to qualified donees as a means of devoting their resources to charitable activities are provided for in the legislation.
The IRS also agreed to revise Form 8283 and its instructions to require taxpayers to include the contribution date in addition to the donee acknowledgment of receipt for donations of noncash property of more than $5,000; to clarify that for purposes of the reporting threshold, taxpayers must group similar items and aggregate their value; and to require taxpayers claiming contributions of securities to include the number of shares donated.
170) In the modern world, such superfluous requirements are not imposed on donees by donors.
The court noted that, similar to Hackl, because the donees received only an assignee interest, they lacked the ability to withdraw their capital accounts, to sell, assign, or transfer their partnership interests to third parties, or to encumber or dispose of the interests without the written consent of all the partners.
The ability to move tax liabilities around within a family, which would be the inevitable effect of allowing donors to pass tax liabilities to donees in the way that option 2 more or less explicitly permits, would create numerous tax-avoidance opportunities for high-income taxpayers.
Dividends paid on the stock transferred by gift can be used by the donee to pay for insurance on the life of the donor using the reverse section 303 technique described in the chart on page 167.
If similar items of property are given during the same taxable year to several donees, and the aggregate value of the donations exceeds $5,000, a separate appraisal and summary must be made for each donation.
Similarly, rightful donees could benefit from additional clarity when structuring gift transfers.
Thus, a married couple can transfer gift tax free up to $24,000 (in 2006) per year of money or other property, multiplied by an unlimited number of donees.
Two IRS publications alert both donees and donors to their responsibilities when donating or receiving used cars.
146) "Because the exclusion is computed on a per-donee basis, a taxpayer can give away $10,000 each to an unlimited number of donees without incurring any gift tax liability, and this process can be repeated year after year.