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Thanks for the response and the links. I just finished reading the instructions for Form 709 (downloaded from the IRS website) and it explains everything I was interested in there.

I'm a little confused why a 529 Plan falls under Gift Tax rules.
The reason it would in this case is because I'm making a contribution for the benefit of my daughter. To the IRS this means that I'm giving my daughter a gift.

Thanks for your help,
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