It seemed like a great idea when my boss started talking about it in fact. For the company they are trying to save some money. The place we are using right now is really crowded and we need to expand a little, but obviously they rent you office space by the square foot. So instead of that they want some of us to stay home when it makes sense, obviously while doing the work same as we would at home. Today I was looking at a work Sharp 3000 review 72 and thinking about what would make sense when it comes to office machines. Obviously I get to write all of this stuff of my taxes and the company is going to pay for the things that they think I really need any how. After a bit I started to talk to one of the guys who runs the place, and he showed me a little room that was stuffed with older office equipment.
A lot of that stuff was junk, but there was one machine that had simply been extra. It had been bought to replace something that had broken and then we had bought new stuff so the company could write all of it off their taxes about two years ago. I had to sign some forms that said that I had taken it and that I knew that it did not belong to me. Of course I need to be real careful as it turns out. The IRS apparently has a lot of issues with some of the stuff that people write off their taxes and claim it is for a home office. In fact they often do anything else. Like for instance they build a home gym or a spa. So you have to be really careful.