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I'm a POD on a savings account do i need to pay any taxes??

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I am a POD on a savings account worth $20,000. Do i have to pay any taxes? Do i have to claim this money at the end of the year has income or capital gain?

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No, gifts and inheritances are generally excluded from taxation under Section 102 of the Internal Revenue Code.

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