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When contemplating becoming intentionally homeless and embarking on a life of travel, trying to muddle through all of these simple little details can begin to seem insurmountable.
But never fear – you don’t have to let a little red tape keep you tied down.
Most everything you do, will require having a permanent address.
For US citizens, you need a legal address to handle things like a driver’s license, vehicle registration, passport, banking accounts, credit cards, insurance, filing taxes and so on.
But first, let’s talk about the difference between being a Resident and being Domiciled.
This was summed up nicely by the New York appeals court: Residence means living in a particular locality, but domicile means living in that locality with intent to make it a fixed and permanent home.
But by and large, it comes down to , especially when talking about establishing a domicile.
Each states sets its own rules as to what constitutes ‘bodily presence’, leaving you with the task of proving your intent.
The state you originate your nomadic journey from may actually not be at all advantageous to you as a nomad.
In some states, you can establish domicile mostly remotely without owning or renting property.
But income taxes alone shouldn’t be your sole deciding factor.
Here are some other considerations to fully investigate for your situation which may trump paying some taxes: Obviously, this can be a very complex decision with a lot of variables that you’ll have to weigh.