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It would help for OP to pay the tuition directly to the school.

We will certainly be paying the tuition directly to the school. The real question is whether we can then deduct this expense under one of the education-friendly tax "loopholes."

As for gifts ... we'll basically be absorbing Nephew into the family, so the cost of his housing, food, etc. will just become part of the general household budget.

Rich
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