Home Office Tax Deductions: Tax Code Changes Impact Size and Location Of Home Office

Several years ago I was working with a client who had a new large family room next to the kitchen –  where their family and social life now centered. That left them with an unused living room and a too-small home office. We moved her home office into the living room. It was spacious with…There’s more. Click here.

How to Create an Efficient Home Office when You Lack Space: Dinosaur Space – Overlooked and Underused Rooms as your Home Office

Part 2 of 3 part mini-series. Part 1 of this series discussed where NOT to put your home office. Business empires have been started at a kitchen table or in a garage. It is so easy to let labels determine how we use things. A guest room is only a guest room; a dining room…There’s more. Click here.

How to Create an Efficient Home Office when you Lack Space: The No-No Spaces for a Home Office

Part 1 of a 3 part mini-series If you have a spare room to make into your designated home office, you are lucky. But many of us don’t have that luxury. This is when you need to be creative/think out-of-the-box to find a place where you can work with some privacy and protection from distractions.…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Storage: Whats in Your Closet?

A closet in or near your home office or workspace is an often-overlooked storage bonanza. But few people know how easy it is to make the most of it. Does your closet look like this? A high shelf filled with reams of paper, envelopes and binders, and the floor a jumble of everything else. And…There’s more. Click here.

5 Closet Storage Tips for Your Home Office: Claim Your Closet’s Storage Potential

Very few of us have enough storage. But I am amazed at how often people overlook potential storage space that is  a few steps away. Working with a client in her home office, we were exploring options for organized storage. As her workspace was in a spare bedroom, I checked out the closet, On the…There’s more. Click here.