A variety of new developments favor the business use of your motor home. If you are a business taxpayer who uses a motor home instead of hotels, or if the idea of the motor home appeals to you, you’ll like this article.
The law classifies your motor home as either
a business transportation vehicle, or
a take-it-with-you business lodging facility.
Both the courts and the IRS have had trouble trying to figure out when the motor home is a business vehicle and when it is a business lodging facility. In one recent case, both the IRS and the court mistakenly made the motor home a non-business, nondeductible personal residence.
This article explains what you need to deduct your motor home, why you need it, and how to obtain it. When you get this set up as we explain, your motor home deductions are both proper and secure. ... Log in to view full article.