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Are there annual limits on inheritances or gifts to a child?
This is called the small gift exemption. And it is individualised. That means for instance that, assuming both parents are alive, each could gift the same child €3,000 per year with no tax issues.

As long as your annual small gift is at or below €3,000, there is no return required and you do not have to declare the amount, regardless of whether you are self-employed or in PAYE employment.

One final thing, which I am sure you know but just in case. The €335,000 lifetime limit is cumulative and relates to all inheritances (and gifts over the €3,000 limit) from either parent.
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