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Secrets of RVing on Social Security: How to Enjoy the Motorhome and RV Lifestyle While Living on Your Social Security Income Paperback – June 16, 2016
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Mr. Minchey sets out all you need to know, (and even stuff you didn't think you needed to know), in such a way that you are not only informed, but entertained as well!
Not only is this book written so that everyone can understand, but the author offers a bunch of links that can be followed for even more information and facts - all of which is vital to making good decisions about SS and RVing.
If you're starting (or just thinking of starting) a RV lifestyle on a limited budget, then this book is a MUST!
As Mr. Minchey does, I too recommend that a companion book be "Buying a used Motorhome" by Bill Myers, another excellent little book packed with information and guidance.
Both books illustrate clearly that living the RV lifestyle, IS possible on a limited budget.
Much of the financial information was accurate, I think, for Americans. But the book does it’s job very well to get a reader considering the life style and does give a reader some ideas for making money with on-line ventures which could produce some income anywhere a computer connection is possible.