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Sep 12, 2019

Segment One: Is it stupid to forget to turn the water off when you leave your RV parked for weeks at a time? Or is it simply being forgetful? The RV Wingman shares a couple of stories from his Campground that may make you “think twice” (and help you to avoid being stupid… or rather, “forgetful”.

Segment Two:There are few families that share any more zest for adventure and the open road than the Loftis Party of 6. This young family shares their “Why” as well as some of the challenges they face as they live life to the fullest in their Class A motorhome. Choosing “quality of life” over “quantity of stuff”, the Loftis Party of 6 is richer than they ever imagined.

Segment Three: RV Nana discusses RVing with Children and the importance of unplugging and we’ll find out about PPL Motorhomes most recent Tuesday Tips.

Segment Four: With so many tax laws, how do they effect RVers? What can you deduct? What can you not deduct? What do full-time RVers need to know about the tax law? The RV Wingman interviews a CPA who has been doing tax work for businesses and individuals for 35 years. He’s also an RVer. He’ll share some valuable information that you may want to consider when speaking with your own tax advisor.

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