"Some lawmakers in recent months have proposed creating a “standard deduction” on home offices that would allow anyone with rooms exclusively used for business to claim it. Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) and Kent Conrad (D – N.D.) introduced a bill in late July to create such a standard deduction. They also recommended changing the definition for client meetings in the home to include meetings held by phone or Internet – not just in-person meetings."It's obviously a complicated issue so do read the rest of her post and click on her links for more information.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
That's what it looks like according to Kelly Spoos in the Wall Street Journal. She writes:
Posted by alex johnson at 9:20 AM