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House Cleaning as a Tax Write-Off for Business Owners

Writing Off House Cleaning?

Can you write off house cleaning or housekeeping services for your home office?

Yes you can!

tax write offs for business owners

If you have a home office that you use for business and, periodically, meeting with clients, you might be able to write off house cleaning services.

When working out of a home office, one of the toughest things about your work situation is that family and work commingle in this confusing and sometimes frustrating quagmire. You can work better when your house is freshly cleaned, and turning off that self-employed switch can be much easier when the house is sparkling.

When working out of a home office, one of the toughest things about your work situation is that family and work commingle in this confusing and sometimes frustrating quagmire.

Have you ever considered that house cleaning can help your home-based business?  Neither did we until a client of ours went to his accountant and informed them that he would have more meetings at home if the house was clean.

Just remember that you’ll only be able to write off the percentage of cleaning that was for the home office and doing business.

So if you’re a home based business working out of a home office, then we’d love to clean your house and help you feel great about the place that you both live and work. We will even help you to have more margin in your life as well.

Host a Sales Seminar or Presentation in Your Home – Let us Clean up After!

Perhaps you’d like to entertain and build up your business at the same time – then you should consider hosting sales presentations and sales seminars in your home. This sounds a little strange, but ask your accountant to check it out!

According to Sandy Botkin in Lower Your Taxes Big TIME! 2017-2018 (p. 17), as long as a business owner has an authentic business cause – and records the “who, where, when, then the reasonable cost of these events is 100% deductible!

Not only would the costs of these seminars be 100% deductible, but Botkin also says that you can have recreational parties for your employees and even holiday or year-end parties for your team – all of which might be 100% deductible.

If you’re a home business owner that would like to use your home for meetings – then call us and we’d love to keep your house tidy and clean.

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