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Another thought is that this could be a gift money. so each year it is given then the tax return for that year should be corrected.

oh what a mess we create when we first start to deceive. my dad did something like this for a while using a false name on a safety deposit box. talk about a problem when we tried to get into his box. and that was when he was alive.

lump sum gift issues also come to mind. that would create a taxable event for her where as the year by year gifting would be much cheaper.

just some random thoughts.
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