Christmas gifts as flow throughs

by Russ
(North Augusta, SC)

Our non profit occasionally receive personal gifts designated for our missionaries, usually at Christmas. They are non deductible and as such receive no tax deduction receipt.

Can this gift be paid to the recipient then free of federal and state taxes? As if person A were handing person B a personal gift?

Thank you!

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Jan 18, 2016
Christmas gifts as flow throughs
by: Lewis in NC

It is my understanding that if the nonprofit sends accumulated totals of = or greater value than $600 dollars to any one individual, then a 1099 form must be submitted to the govt. and individual.

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