Question: Is living in an RV considered homeless?

If you are living in an RV, you are not considered homeless as long as your motorhome has running water (aka access to the bathroom, toilet) cooking facilities (oven/ microwave/fridge) and sleeping space. You can claim your RV as your primary residence in almost any state in the US.

What address do you use if you live in an RV?

You need a permanent address for all that legal stuff like drivers license, banking accounts, vehicle registration, passport, insurance, credit cards, filing your taxes and all those other things that require an actual address be attached. The first step is choosing a state.

How do taxes work if you live in an RV?

If you are full-time in your RV and itemize your deductions, you can claim your RV as your home, meaning all interest paid throughout the year is deductible. Even if you only live in your RV sometimes, you may be able to claim it as a second home, so be sure to look into this before dismissing the write-off entirely.

Do you have to pay taxes living in an RV?

The main home must be the one where you ordinarily live most of the year. This can be a boat or RV even if the boat or vehicle doesnt have a permanent location. As long as it contains the required facilities, you can claim it as your main home on your taxes.

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