Recently, I received a teaching position for a private school (though not 補習班), in Taiwan.
For about 3.5 years, I've moved to various places, and over that time made varying amounts of money. My first apartment gave me the proper forms to claim residency, so it was no big deal.
My second apartment gave me receipts of payment, but did not give me the proper form (I don't remember what it is or what it looks like). However, I gave the tax office my "奇怪 looking receipts" and claimed my apartment as deductible.
After, I moved to a new area of town.
My current landlord informed me that they don't pay taxes on the building. I suppose that means that they won't be giving me a form for my taxes unless I pay them extra money (that seems to be the case for other people on here).
My questions are:
1) Should I just submit my lease come tax time? (They sign it every time I make a payment.)
2) After submitting said lease, what is the likelihood that the tax bureau will actually go investigating my landlord? (Do they actually do that?)
3) If I didn't move, and the tax bureau did investigate my landlord, could he evict me from my apartment? (I'm not very trusting of what is legal versus illegal, here.)
I ask because it would suck not being able to claim my residence on my taxes.