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If your landlord is OK with you subletting your apartment - then that's all that the landlord has to do with that. It doesn't really matter if the landlord is a private person or a publicly trade corporation/fund. No relevance at all. As to your own reporting - you're receiving rent. That is income to you. You can deduct the portion of your expenses ...


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Yes, the owner could claim all the profit. Or they could reinvest all the profit back into the subsidiary. Or they could invest more into the subsidiary. Or some intermediate point along that spectrum. There's no magic here. It's not very different from the wholly-owned subsidiary just being a division of the owning company. Management makes a decision ...


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The percent sign stands for "C/O", which means "Care Of." Care Of is just a part of a mailing address when you are addressing a letter to someone at someone else's house. With windowed envelopes, the entire mailing address is printed on the face of the check. This is not a 2 party check; your mother's name is a part of your address. Try a real bank instead ...


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On $4K/mo gross about $1000/mo can go to the mortgage, and at today's rates, that's about $200K of mortgage the bank might lend you. Income is qualified baed on gross, not net, so if $48,000/yr is wrong, please scale my guesstimate down a bit. In the end, today's rates allow a mortgage of nearly 4X one's gross income. This is too high, in my opinion. I'm ...


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My initial thoughts would be an ESL teacher or a private tutor for various subjects would likely be the easiest ones to consider. Possibly there are some people that could use the help in their education that would work well.



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