Articles about Taxes for RV Entrepreneurs & Digital Nomads

Articles about Taxes for RV Entrepreneurs & Digital Nomads

Do you know how social security is taxed?

You’re retired and collect social security. Did you know that social security is taxed? But how do you determine how much gets taxed? Let’s review so it’s clear how much social security is taxed. If you’re making more than $25,000 as an individual or $32,000 as a married couple filing jointly, you’ll need to pay…

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Easy Tips to Deduct Health Insurance as an S Corp Owner

Health insurance can be a big expense and is an important item to consider as a self-employed individual. Did you know there’s a way to get it tax-deductible? Let’s dive in and learn how to deduct health insurance as an S corp owner. 1. Be an eligible S corp owner Only certain individuals are eligible…

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Easy Tips to Change Your State Residency as a Digital Nomad

As we all know, all US citizens are required to file a federal tax return every year as long as income exceeds the minimum filing requirements. However, some digital nomads might also need to file a state tax return if they keep a state residency. Fortunately, it’s easy enough to change your state residency as…

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3 Vital Tips to Help You Survive an IRS Audit

The vast majority of taxpayers including digital nomads get through filing a tax return without any major problems. Just in case, here are 3 tips to help you survive an IRS audit. Many think the IRS has bigger fish to fry. You would be right most of the time; the odds of the average person…

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Easy Ways to Organize Your Tax Documents

Tax season might be old hat by now, but there are some things about taxes that continue to perplex taxpayers, especially as digital nomads. Specifically, how to organize your tax documents? Your aunt says to throw it all away after 2 years. Your banker friend says to save everything for 7 years. Your mom says…

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How to Report Hobby Income on Taxes

Hey, digital nomad. Is that a business or a hobby? Or is that hobby now actually a business? If your hobby or side hustle is bringing in the dough, good for you! But how do you report hobby income on taxes? First, I commend you for making money at your side hustle. That’s amazing! It…

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7 Simple Items to Help You Avoid an IRS Audit

There is no foolproof way to avoid being audited even as a digital nomad. The IRS makes most of its selections either based on the fact that the filer is part of a targeted group or because a computer program picked out the tax return for some reason. You might do everything right and still…

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Income Tax Requirements as a Digital Nomad

Traveling and living outside the USA can be quite exciting. I definitely understand the appeal. However, it doesn’t matter where you go, because the US government still expects you to file a tax return and pay taxes as a US citizen. This is true even if you become a resident of another country and live…

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Take Action Now: File Your Taxes Early or Not?

Do you rush to file your tax returns as soon as possible? If you get all your documentation, this might even be as soon as the end of January. But is filing early a good idea? Let’s review the pros and cons to file your taxes early. Then you can decide what’s right for your…

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Hi! I’m Heather Ryan, EA and I get RVlife. As a fellow digital nomad, I understand many of the unique tax situations created by travel. I also fully support entrepreneurs and the struggles they face. The goal of this site is to offer my knowledge through advice and tips to real-life situations and questions.


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