If you're playing some trickery where they're not "really" your houses, you merely have exclusive access to them and control over them but they're "actually" expenses on the balance sheet of a Burmuda Corp that you own through seven subsidiaries then I've got a problem with that.
In Australia that would be classed as a Fringe Benifit which is taxed at a higher rate than normal income, and the value must match the market value for a year's rent in the property. If you're caught then they will request the back taxes (with interest) or have you prosecuted for tax evasion.
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