When it comes to home-based businesses, location matters, from proximity to a skilled workforce to wireless access. The residence also should offer a separate office space with a door — which offers some privacy when it comes to valuable office equipment and client details, keeps out the kids, and makes it easier for business owners to leave work behind when their jobs for the day are done. It is important to eliminate distractions, making move-in ready homes preferable and increasing the importance of completing any renovation projects in the office and its line of sight first. Soundproofing the office space may be helpful in eliminating interior and exterior noise, especially for those who are constantly on the phone, conduct podcast interviews, or make audio productions. Additionally, home-based workers need to consider the tax implications of home offices and whether local zoning bylaws allow members of the public to visit their premises. | Read More