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Sunday, November 17, 2019
Tax Corner

Establishing a full-timing “home state” for taxes

By Neil Seidler, CPA, CMA TAX CORNER Dear Neil, We are currently in the process of selling our sticks-and-bricks home to become full-time RVers. What should we...

Full-time RVing: Sell the house to hit the road?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris One of the critical issues for those considering the full-time RV lifestyle is whether or not to sell the...

5 Mistaken assumptions the new full-time RVer makes

By Nanci Dixon Being almost four years into full-time RVing, I can see clearly (or at least more clearly than I previously could) the mistaken...

How do full-time RVers keep busy?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Some folks, unfamiliar with the RV lifestyle, wonder just what fulltimers do to “keep themselves occupied.” After all, there’s...

The Business of Work Camping: The five things we did wrong – Part 2

By Sam Suva Hello and welcome to Part 2 of The Business of Work Camping – The five things we did wrong. Part 1 is...

The Business of Work Camping: The five things we did wrong – Part 1

By Sam Suva We have been work camping in many situations for a very long time. We have camped in fields and worked in a...

The Business of Work Camping: Do as the owner does

By Sam Suva When a campground gets an application to work, it carefully reviews the information, consults with managers and staff, then scrutinizes the references....

The Business of Work Camping – How to stay healthy when RVing

By Sam Suva Work camping is a miniature version of our former sticks-and-bricks life. Most of the things we do while living in an RV...

The Business of Work Camping: Theft in the campground

By Sam Suva For the most part, the campgrounds and resorts we stayed at were safe, and almost no major incidents of theft were reported....

RV shopping? Watch for the dreaded low-end CCC sticker

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Here's the case of the couple that wants to break into full-time RVing. That's a serious step, since "all...

The Business of Work Camping: Making our new-to-us RV comfortable

By Sam Suva What happens when the current camper becomes the old camper? We need to remove and replace the old creature comforts for new...

The Business of Work Camping: Making our new-to-us RV livable

By Sam Suva What happens when the current camper becomes the old camper? Well, we find out a great deal about our lives over the...
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