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How much money per month is a husband allowed to give to his

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How much money per month is a husband allowed to give to his wife who is not employed. Is that money taxed? Is that money considered an income? Does it make a difference if the husband is not a resident and files outside the country?
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Money between a husband and wife is non taxable. Your husband is not set to any limits to the amount of money he can give you. Non of the money he gives you is taxable to you or to him. He is responisble for normal taxes based on the money he earns, but will not be taxed for giving his earnings to you.
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