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A Federal tax on gifts made while you are alive. 

Currently, an individual may give up to $14,000 per recipient per year, which is exempt from the gift tax. A person in his or her lifetime can give gifts aggregating up to $5,000,000 (idexed annually for inflation), which are exempt from the Federal gift tax.