Prepare to File Your Taxes Checklist

Tax season is in full swing and that means it’s more important than ever to gather all your paperwork. To help you get started, here’s a prepare to file your taxes checklist. Prepare to file your taxes Whether you’re planning … Read More

Do I need to file a tax return for my LLC with no activity?

Sometimes a limited liability company or LLC has a year with no business income or activity. Maybe it’s a newly formed LLC, which hasn’t started doing business yet. Is it an older LLC that hasn’t been formally dissolved? Whatever the … Read More

3 Steps to take if you’re missing a W2 and you want to file taxes

The IRS requires employers to mail employee earnings information, commonly known as a W2, by the end of January. However, there can be delays due to mailing, etc., so it’s best to give your employer an extra week or two. … Read More

Employee vs. contractor: What’s the difference?

Employee or independent contractor? This is a common question among full-time travelers who work on the road. What’s the difference between employee and independent contractor and how does it affect your tax obligations? Let’s get to it, so you can … Read More

Understanding pass-through income

If you own a business, it’s a must to understand the tax side of the business. Maybe you’ve heard of the advantages of registering your business in a no income tax state. In fact, you may have found companies offering … Read More

Choosing a Business Entity

As with most things in business and life in general, it’s all about the basics, right? Well, here are the basics. If you already know them, but aren’t implementing them, it’s time to start. If you’re just getting started, it’s … Read More

Taxes When Renting Out Your RV

Thinking of taking a trip away from your motorhome or RV? Plan on renting it out while you are gone. Keep these tax rules in mind. Now you can plan ahead for taxes when renting out your RV or vacation … Read More

Taxes for Full-Time RVers Who Work on the Road

Most of us proudly identify ourselves as full-time RVers, digital nomads, wanderers, etc., because we’re living our dream. We are lucky enough to travel full-time while work remotely from the road. However, our lives aren’t normal. We don’t live in a sticks and bricks home … Read More

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