How to Have Your Home Based Business
Pay for Your Next Vacation With Ease
Can you let your home based business pay for your vacations?
Yes you can…providing you know what you are doing.
And you don’t need to be a tax accountant nor tax professional to do so.
So let me ask you this question in another way.
Did you know your home based business can pay for your next vacation?
Yes it can especially if you live in the USA, Canada and Australia. And your home-based business can pay for all your future vacations as a matter of fact.
You just need to take some simple steps to be in compliance with your taxing authorities.
Below are some pointers to articles written about taking vacations and having them being paid by your home based business.
Having your vacations paid by your home based business is one of the perks of having one.
This article is just to wet your lips about starting a home based business if you don’t have one.
I am not going to go into details about the tax laws concerning business travels.
But I will point you in the direction of how to get more info.
This really is to share with you, that if you haven’t taken a vacation in a while…maybe it would be an excellent idea to start a home based business, for the extra income and use your business to pay for your vacations.
Also this is to impress in your mind that you don’t need to be an accountant to take business trip deductions and mixed business with pleasure.
Contributor to Forbes, wrote in her article from Mar 3, 2014 @04:32
Here’s How To Write Off Your Next Vacation
Which Expenses Are Deductible?
Some MLM companies even have business trips bonuses incorporated in their compensation plan.
Take a look at the Opulence Global
“If knowing you are offsetting expenses is a ‘mental relief’, well then that may be your type of vacation. For this situation, it makes sense to use your mystery shopping skills while on vacation.
Make money while you play. Take your family to an amusement or resort area you may not have been able to afford. Have your meals paid for by IRS. The break from worrying about the cost of vacation may be the only break you need.”
5 Strategies to Turn Your Vacation into a Tax Deduction