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You could always set him up with a few DRIP stocks and make sure he knows to just let them grow. Unless in the previous year maybe you paid him (wink) for things like yard work and would be able to do match that amount in. Not sure exactly how that works if the amount has to equal or less to what is reported to IRS since it could be a low amount like $500. May be worth looking into further.
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