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You can give your daughter that amount and she would not have to report or pay any tax on the gift.
You would have to report a gift of that amount (it is over the annual amount $14,000) on form 709 BUT
tax would not apply as long as you have not used up your lifetime amount for gifts ($5.43 million).
You have to report it because the amount over $14000 reduces your ESTATE allowance. So when you pass your estate has less to claim for tax exclusion but you would not pay tax on the gift.
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