Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes Legal Terms and Legal Words. Tax Law Terminology

charitable contributions
A gift made by either a person or a legal entity to benefit charity. To deduct any charitable donation of money, regardless of amount, a taxpayer must have a bank record or a written communication from the charity showing the name of the charity and the date and amount of the contribution. Donations of money include those made in cash or by check, … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
donation
A gift made by either a person or a legal entity to benefit a third party. Usually it is for the benefit of a church, schools, educational institutions, theaters, hospitals. Donation may be given as money, or household items, or in the form of services. Donations of money include those made in cash or by check, electronic funds transfer, credit card, and … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
donee
n. a person or entity that received an outright gift or donation. Most popular donees are hospitals, theaters, schools. … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
donor
n. a person or entity making a gift or donation. … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
eleemosynary
relating to, or supported by charity source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary. … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
endowment
a transfer of money to a fund (trust) with the aim of investing the money and keeping the principal intact forever or for a definite period of time. The most famous and successful endowments are Harward Fund and Yale endowment fund. … Full Definition »
Law topic: Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes << Legal issue: Tax Law
Find a legal term by clicking on the first letter of a legal word or phrase:
Legal Word of the Day
Share it on TwitterFacebook
endowment
a transfer of money to a fund (trust) with the aim of investing the money and keeping the principal intact forever or for a definite period of time. The most famous and successful endowments are Harward Fund and Yale endowment fund. … Full Definition »
Steven A AllenAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Criminal Defense, Litigation, Animal Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
Michael R ClarkeAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Asbestos Litigation, Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
Jonathan P TomesAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Criminal Defense, Health Care Law, Immigration Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
Book of the Day in our Store
Share it on TwitterFacebook
2018 - 2019: Two-Year Monthly Pocket Planner: 24-Month Calendar, Notes and  Phone book,  U.S. Holidays, Size : 4.0" x 6.5", Hand Lettering book ( Marble )2018 - 2019: Two-Year Monthly Pocket Planner: 24-Month Calendar, Notes and Phone book, U.S. Holidays, Size : 4.0" x 6.5", Hand Lettering book ( Marble )
by Pocket Planner, Calendar Notebook
  • List Price: $4.89
  • Price: $4.43
  • You Save: $0.46 (9%)
from
View
It's a free online legal dictionary search engine for definitions of legal terminology and legal words, legal abbreviations, and legal jargon you may meet when reading legal acts, law books, documents, legal forms and other legal content