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<< I am a foreign resident and am still studying. As a result I get a quaterly allowance from my family in England. The money is actually mine and is sent by them from my account in England. It is a little more than $10 000/ year. In reality it is not a salary and it is not a gift, it is my money that is bieng sent to me. >>

Be sure to thank them profusely for taking care of this for you. If you were worried about a U.S. tax consequence, there is none.

Phil Marti
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