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The concern I have is that you will not be able to deduct these payments because there is no business and the expenses are incurred for care giving in the sense of taking care of daily living needs such as washing, house keeping, etc.
Since that is not a concern, you can do it as a sole proprietorship with a separate tax ID number. That will avoid the cost of an LLC or S Corp.
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