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Launching Start ups: How can I make my home office comfortable and affordable?

The best of ergonomic furniture for home office designs

Do you plan on launching your very own business in 2014? Where will you station your business- in a traditional office space? Or will you launch your business from home?

If you are launching your business from home, you can take advantage of your home environment in a variety of ways.

Launching a home business can give you the opportunity to cost effectively launch a successful start up business in comparison to spending money on leasing a commercial space. When you are working on a limited budget, you need to make smart decisions fast.

What should be your top priorities when launching your home business? Here are our business suggestions:

  1. Account for business operational expenses such as utilities and your home payments.
  2. Account for any business commuting costs. Hopefully this cost is very minimal, as you will be working from home.
  3. Calculate your monthly wardrobe expense. You’ll sell more products and services based on how professional you come across.
  4. You have to furnish and design your home office to be as comfortable and professional as a traditional office space to keep you and your clients coming back to do business.

Having high quality home office furniture is crucial to establishing a successful business because good office furniture can help you stay focused on meeting your business goals. The less distracting your office furniture can make your home office layout, the better.

What are the best home office layouts?

Positioning your office desk in a corner or private room is the best way to reduce distractions for ones self. A blend of new and used office furniture should have helped you make the home office comfortable and affordable. In fact, creating and furnishing a home office could help you receive a tax return for home office deductions.

A home office deduction claim is likely when you’re the sole proprietor and the home office is your principal place of business. A principal place of business means your home is used regularly for managing client relationships in-person. This tax deduction is only valid when you have a home office. You cannot have both a home office and external office.

If you love your work environment and love what you do, you cannot go wrong with a try.

How can you make your home office comfortable for you yet client worthy?

The answer is positively presenting your brand without neglecting comfort and functionality ease. You should always provide clients and yourself comfortable seating. You cannot get any comfortable than furnishing your home office with ergonomic furniture. Place a few side tables with cozy desk lamps to make for a welcoming office space.

Keep your office well organized with file cabinets and bookshelves to demonstrate to clients your level of professionalism. Remember, first impressions are lasting impressions.

Mark Downs Office Furniture is the largest display of office furniture in Maryland. We can help furnish home offices, office suites, and whole commercial buildings. We are known for offering the best values in new, used, and gently abused furniture: desks, chairs, files, tables, office panel cubicles and panel systems. Ergonomic chairs/ ergonomic furniture are our specialties! Come on in to our showroom. We’re worth the drive!

If you see something you like on our office furniture website, come to our Mark Downs Office Furniture store on 10912 York Rd Suite 300C, Cockeysville, MD 21030 today to find great home office furniture.

Contact Mark Downs at 1.800.281.3696, take a look around our website, and come on in and see us!

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Source:

http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/226007

http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/600248/list/Creating-a-Client-Worthy-Home-Office

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