Hi, I have posted some general questions about taxes etc. in this forum already and got great response from a lot of people which was very helpful, thanks again! Now I would like to ask some more specific questions. I am European, live here in Southern California, and will give up rent here and want to get an RV, trade from the "home office" in the RV and travel the US fulltime. I also have a company (LLC) registered in Nevada (my trading will run over it, tax wise). What would be the best state to â€œselectâ€ as my â€œhome stateâ€ and how to do it, and how quickly can it be done?: - Alaska? I realized this would be a state with both, no income tax and no sales tax. Is there any requirement to be there at least once a year or so (as you have to go via Canada one could easily check (passport stamps) ? Pros/cons? Any other state with no (low) income/income from investments/sales tax? - Or now Oregon and Nevada next year? Oregon, with no sales tax, is near California and I found a mail forwarding service with an address there (sales tax is now relevant as I have to purchase the RV). As I have tax deductions from last year I could use them for 2007 to pay no or low income tax. And than, in 2008, I could "move" to Nevada as there is no income tax (but sales tax), as my company is registered there anyway? - Any other recommended states? Where are other full-timers registered? - Any particular cities which would be good/bad for getting registered there? - As I was living in Cali from Jan to March 07, do I have to expect any troubles in regards to taxes when leaving now and getting registered somewhere else (e.g. pro rata income tax), or could I run into troubles with avoiding sales tax now? - Which mail forwarding company offers the most flexibility in terms of address locations (e.g. Alaska, Oregon, Nevada, wherever)? And, is such an address enough for being accepted as a resident there in regards to taxes? - What and how to do? In most European countries you have to get registered in the city you live, but not here, right? Btw, I got my California Driver License. Would it help to get an address in, letâ€™s say Nevada, go to a DMV for a Nevada DL, and declare my taxes there after the year is over? - Any other information about residency/taxes/mail forwarding & address services are of course also very much appreciated! Thx!