My parents need help at home, their house is large so I could live there and help. Do they have to charge rent and pay tax on the income? - AgingCare.com

My parents need help at home, their house is large so I could live there and help. Do they have to charge rent and pay tax on the income?

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no, your the kid moved back home to help the folks. but its up to your folks if they charge you rent and how much.
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