Take The Home Office Deduction!

The home office deduction was designed for those working at home!

That means it was designed with YOU in mind!

You must have a direct sales marketing plan to maintain an IRS compliant business.

Don’t wait until you are filing your taxes to figure it out!

You Should Take Home Office Deduction

home office deductionSome people and even some lawyers or accountants are afraid to take a home office deduction for fear that a red flag will go up.

The IRS does not have a flagpole that they run out to and raise a flag every time a home business deduction is taken.

There are two tax structures in the United States, Canada and Australia as well as many other counties.

One for the business owner and one for the wage earner.

The business owner gets the advantage of taking many business expenses before taxes.

The employee is required to deduct taxes first then pay expenses, some of which are even expenses associated with going to work!
This is a 38 minute teleclass conducted for the Direct Selling World Alliance.

NOTE: We are not giving you legal advice or advising you on your income tax.

Home Business Tax Deductions

The IRS is not out to get home business owners who take the home office deduction and follow the law in doing so.  They made the law so that you can use it properly.

Many countries provide similar benefits for work at home consultants so please do not judge yourself out of this training and be sure to research your own situation.

Australia and Canada have similar laws to the US.  For more information visit:

Your Tax Audit Shield

Learn More About The Direct Sales Recruiting University!
You are eligible to take the home office deduction when working at home provided you maintain an office and prepare a plan to show that you intend to profit from your business.

The Power UP program discussed in the audio is a direct sales and marketing program that includes a direct sales accountant-created business plan template.

NOTE: We are not giving you legal advice or advising you on your income tax. Please talk to a knowledgeable direct sales-specific accountant regarding your personal situation.


    Shared by: Nicki Keohohou:

    Thanks for an informative event, Deb… you really are multi-talented! We appreciate you!

    Shared by: Nane Tolson:

    Thanks for a great call. I am sharing it with my team. Writing a plan accomplishes sooooo much!

    Shared by: jason:

    hey deb,
    thanks for this great recording. i will look at my taxed a bit differently now and save some money for sure!

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