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Katielane69:

If you are receiving anything of value: Cash, beans, laundry; in return for leasing out one of your homes; it is rental income. Now it can be one of two types of income. If it is legal income--the Infernal Revenue Service wants to read about it.

If it is illegal income (insert drum roll) the Infernal Revenue Service says you must report it.

If you are receiving nothing for the use of your home, that is you are allowing squatters; then you need not report it to the IRS. But then you would have another set of problems.

All the best.

--WauseonFox--
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