Domicile vs. Residency

You can have more than one residence in any number of states; but by law, you can have only one state that is your domicile.

The Florida Domicile Handbook, 4th Edition takes a fresh look at what you need to know to live a better life by taking advantage of all the benefits of declaring your domicile in Florida. By purchasing as copy, you are opening the doors to countless financial and lifestyle opportunities in Florida.





Domicile is not the same as Residency.

“You’ve got to prove intent,” says author Mike Kilbourn. “This includes a mix of options such as filing a Declaration of Florida Domicile and spending more than 180 days a year here; getting a Florida driver license; using Florida-based financial institutions; filing taxes as a Florida resident; and transferring club memberships to Florida.”

20 WAYS TO PROVE INTENT

The Florida Domicile Handbook, 4th Edition discusses over 20 ways to prove intent. Real-life cases and solutions provide readers with insight into the domicile process. Order your copy today and discover what a Florida domicile declaration can do for you.

There are also special sections devoted to frequently asked questions on a variety of Florida topics such as:

  • Homestead
  • Real Estate
  • Business and Personal Taxes
  • Insurance and Health Care
  • Estate Planning
  • Vehicle and Boat Registration
  • Firearms – NEW
  • Voting and
  • Education

Plus, the book includes an Appendix with useful resources and sample forms to familiarize you with a few common tax forms and contact information for the governing agencies in your area.