The growth in working-from-home and home-based businesses is causing many home owners to wonder how to integrate their business requirements into their home environment without impacting either in a negative way. Lack of space inside the home is a common problem, and even when there is a spare room inside the home suitable for use as an office, trying to claim business-related tax deductions for this type of in-home arrangement can be complex to calculate and less than satisfactory in real terms.
This is where the backyard pod can provide a great answer to your separate home-office needs at an incredibly low price which could be 100% tax deductible, depending on your circumstances (just point your accountant towards this article or get professional advice specific to your particular situation).
Advantages of having a separate home-office backyard pod
One major advantage with having a home-office in the backyard, rather than inside the home, is the ability to work free of domestic-related distractions. Having a completely separate work environment becomes even more important for focus and productivity when there are kids of any age living in the home. Many people also find additional gains from having a dedicated work space to ‘commute’ to, even if the ‘commute’ is across the rear courtyard or lawn, because it can help your business-thinking instantly click into gear just by having a complete change of environment.
Room for two desks, sofa bed, and kitchenette