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What To Write When Giving Money As A Gift

What To Write When Giving Money As A Gift: Solved (2022)

Last Updated on November 11, 2022 by Kimberlee Johnson

Money is a tricky thing to give as a gift. Do you just put it in an envelope? What do you say when you give it to someone? 

In this blog post, we will provide some tips on what to write when giving money as a gift. We will also provide some examples of wording that you can use.

Top 20 Things To Say When Giving Money As A Gift

woman writing on a notebook

20. “Best of luck with your future endeavors!”

19. “Here’s to a prosperous new year!”

18. “May this money bring you everything you desire!”

17. “With this money, I hope you can achieve all of your dreams!”

16. “I hope this money brings you happiness!”

15. “I wish you nothing but the best with this money!”

14.” Congratulations on your new job/promotion/raise! Here’s some extra cash to help celebrate.”

13. “I know times have been tough recently, so here’s a little something to help out.”

12. “I was going through my old things and found this money that I thought you could use.”

11.” Here’s a little something to help with the bills/groceries/rent this month.”

10. “From our family to yours.”

9. “I couldn’t make you a cake this year, so make a wish and blow out the dollars!”

8. “Happy Hanukkah! This is for your next family adventure.”

7. “Merry Christmas! We hope you have a wonderful holiday season.”

6. “We miss you and hope this helps with your travel expenses to visit us.”

5. “Thinking of you and sending lots of love (and cash).”

4. “Best wishes on your new home/apartment!”

3. “We can’t wait to see what you do with this money!”

2. “We’re so proud of you and everything you’ve accomplished. Here’s a little something to help you celebrate.”

1. “We love you and hope this makes your day a little brighter.”

What Are Some Thoughtful Ways To Give Money?

Make A Money Tree

money tree on the table

This is a thoughtful way to give money as a gift. You will need a small tree, some fake dollar bills, and some ribbon. Simply tie the fake dollar bills to the tree with the ribbon. This makes a beautiful and unique decoration for any home and shows that you care about the recipient’s financial well-being.

Give A Gift Of Savings

Another thoughtful way to give money is to start or contribute to a savings account in the recipient’s name. This shows that you are interested in helping them secure their financial future. Not only will this be appreciated, but it can also be a great motivator for the recipient to start saving themselves.

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Make A Donation

Finally, another thoughtful way to give money is to donate to a cause that is important to the recipient. This shows that you care about their values and want to support their causes.

It is a great way to make a difference in the world while also showing your support for the person you care about.

FAQs

How do you give money to someone as a gift?

You can give money as a gift in a few different ways. One way is to put the money into an envelope and write the person’s name on the front. You can also use a card or note to accompany the cash. 

Another way is to deposit the money into the recipient’s bank account [1]. Finally, you could also give money as a gift by buying property or shares in a company. But how do you give hints about a gift?

How do I gift money to a family member?

There are a few different ways to gift money to a family member. You can either write them a check, deposit the money into their bank account, or give them cash.

If you want to write them a check, make sure you include the recipient’s name and the gift amount in the memo field. You can also deposit the money into their bank account by transferring it electronically. Just make sure you have all of their account information handy.

And finally, if you’re giving them cash, put it in an envelope (or use a card) and write out who it’s from and how much money is inside.

Final Thoughts

When it comes to giving money as a gift, you should keep a few things in mind. The most important thing is to ensure that the amount you give reflects your relationship with the recipient. If you’re close friends or family, feel free to be more generous than just acquaintances. 

You don’t want to come across as cheesy or cheap, so try to find a happy medium. Another thing to consider is how the money will be spent. 

If you know the person is saving up for something specific, like a down payment on a house, then it might be better not to give them cash and instead opt for a gift card or other voucher. Finally, think about the occasion and the appropriate way to give money as a gift. 

Reference:

  1. https://dfi.wa.gov/financial-education/information/bank-accounts
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