I get asked this question – a lot.
Here’s the skinny:
There are several mail sorting, scanning, and forwarding services out there – Escapees Club, MyRVMail, and Traveling Mailbox are a few examples.
I do not, however, use any of them.
My strategy has been, first, to go paperless with as much of my mail as possible (all of my banking and bill paying is done online, I cancelled magazine subscriptions, etc.).
Any remaining mail is sent to a family member’s address who, once a month, sends it in one of the pre-paid Priority Mail envelopes I supplied her with, and addresses it to wherever I happen to be at that time. It’s also where I’m registered to vote, have a driver’s license, etc.
As a business owner, another step I took was to authorize any mail sent to me from the IRS, to also be sent to my CPA. (If this interests you, contact the IRS for the necessary paperwork to set this up.)
That’s it. Pretty simple stuff.
I’ll also add here that Amazon ships to Amazon Lockers, making ordering things online super easy as well.
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