Here is my situation: I have an established (13 years)
The biggest "pitfall" is that you're never away from business. If you have commercial space, you leave and go home, the two are very separate. When both are in the same location, it's like your always at work.
One other consideration, if you're going to claim the house as a business expense, when you go to sell the house, there are certain applicable laws as it was used as a business write off.
That's it :)
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Thank you for the response.
Audrey mentioned it, but I'll mention it again.
There is no balance between worklife and home life. Those who've never been in the situation for an extended period of time think it would be wonderful.
I've been in that sort-of situation since 1996. Your living space becomes a prison.
You will need to be proactive to get OUT. It's not that easy when you can't close up the shop and just leave. The convenience of just going down for a few things to get a start on tomorrow becomes the
Thank you for the feedback.
Hello and welcome to the board! I agree with Audrey and indexlady--for me it would be trying to have a healthy balance of work and home life.
So what did you decide to do?
So did you make a decision? I know it can be stressful when trying to decide what will work out best.