HOME-OFFICE TAX DEDUCTIONS THAT MAY GET OVERLOOKED??

According to quickbooksintuit.com, if you have a dedicated home office, there is a calculation that determines what percentage of your home the office area occupies. That percentage can be used to write off the proportionate share of some of your property-related expenses- including your rent/mortgage, utilities and some repairs- as well as any improvements to your work space!


Guess what else they said? You can write off office furniture and office décor! That's right, you heard it!


We have desks, chairs, lamps, tables, bookshelves, artwork, planters, rugs and plenty of items suitable to add to your office or to create a stunning, comfortable and functional work environment. We are selling everything in the store at 35% OFF!! The sale ends at 5PM New Years Eve. Stop and see us before tax--year 2020 ends!


Note: Any information relayed in this message should be confirmed by a tax service, accountant or other professional financial advisor, as exclusions may apply.


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