Almost all RVers who have used their RV as a volunteer or have worked a couple months for money selling Chirstmas Trees or as a Camp Host wonders … “Can I Write Off My RV? ”
George Montgomery (who has more than 35 years of experience practicing tax accounting and 15 years living and traveling in a 35-foot motorhome while working seasonally in various states) attempts to answer that question and many more in his new edition of “Can I Write Off My RV? What Every RVer Should Know About Taxes” ($18.99), paperback, 175 pages.
Many RVers work at various seasonal or temporary jobs as they travel in their RVs. Some travel and work for several weeks or months at a time before returning home. Some have no house to go back to and live full-time in their RV.
“The tax laws regarding deductions are complex and sometimes must be determined on a case-by-case method. The RVer who works in various states is faced with having to file multi-state returns,” said Montgomery.
Based on his own experience, Montgomery knows what information and records the RVer needs to keep. The book includes chapters on domicile, volunteering, business entities, and examples of different RVer tax situations. Montgomery says this book helps “take the confusion out of filing taxes if you work while traveling in your RV.”