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Powerman
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Corpus Christi, TX
Member since Jan 2004
121318 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?

I still think he should take the boat and then quickly sell it for a quick profit

You'd need to make a career change but if you could be one yacht worth of cash richer overnight and screw your boss in the process then it sounds like a win win to me.


GaryMyMan
USA Fan
Shreveport
Member since May 2007
11492 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
There are a lot of great threads on here, like "how do I invest this half million dollars," but this has to be my favorite.


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boosiebadazz
Member since Feb 2008
49831 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
You should stay far, far away from this one.


MMauler
Member since Jun 2013
3362 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
Tell your boss that there are far more easier ways (with less IRS exposure) to hide assets from his soon-to-be ex-wife.
This post was edited on 8/30 at 10:25 am


brbowhunter
LSU Fan
baton rouge
Member since Apr 2013
846 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
i say you call the irs and tell them your situation to make sure its all legal.......

dont get involved unless you have the funds to fight the irs once they get curious.


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jso0003
Auburn Fan
Birmingham/Atlanta
Member since Jun 2009
5168 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
Screw the haters man. Sounds like your boss took the "Hookers and Blow" advice of the MT extremely seriously.


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foshizzle
LSU Fan
Washington DC metro
Member since Mar 2008
31905 posts

re: Gift Tax for a yacht?
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A good recommendation for an accountant in the area would also be helpful.


Poodlebrain, who answered your question already I see.


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