I have never claimed my Class A, since it was paid for when I bought it, however, I have claimed the interest I paid on a boat that had a head (bathroom), kitchen, etc., and it is perfectly legal to do that for a boat. :laugh:
I just talked to my CPA and found out about this since I am a new RV owner. Anything that you spend overnights in that has a head, kitchen, and bedroom is fair game with taxes. Interest spent on the RV, boat, or second home is tax deductible. Time to get back at Uncle Sam!
We have used the interest we paid each year on our RV for the past 3 years and have never had a question raised. Of couse, I'm sure you know that this deduction can only be taken if you itemize deductions. It has been a great tax savings for us especially since we also have mortage interest on our home as well.
I didn't know about using the interest off a boat...something I'll keep in mind for the future maybe! Thanks!!