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I was advised to consulate an attorney who does International Tax. My partner and I are full time travelers. We are self employed as bloggers and internet marketers. I as a US citizen am struggling with what would be best for us to do tax-wise. Should we form a business? Would that give me the ability to write off my travel costs as tax deductible? I visit the states about once a year for a month or so and I do own a rental property there but not a personal residence (been using my parents).
I was told that "travel expenses, a taxpayer can only deduct those expenses that relate to business travel from their "tax home." " How is this defined? If I form a business and make money from writing about my travels would my plane tickets and accommodations be tax deductible?