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Gifts are limited to $10k per person per year without gift tax. Husband and wife may each receive $10k from donor but the maximum for the couple is $20k. You list Tom and Richard and spouses. That's $40k maximum in one year. Each person stands alone as far as calculating how much is exempt from gift tax. All combinations are still broken down to each person.
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