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If you are self-employed, you may be able to deduct your home office internet expenses on your taxes. Let's review the guidelines for an internet deduction.

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HOA fees are not deductible for a property used as your private home all year. But there may be a deduction for those who use their home for business purposes.

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If you meet the conditions for the home office deduction, you are allowed to deduct a portion of your home insurance premium.

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Yes, you can deduct a portion of your home rent for your home office on taxes – but as always , this benefit is only available if certain conditions are met.

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If you operate a business from inside your home, the home office deduction can be one of the largest deductions you can take as a tax write-off.

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As part of the tax reform laws, the home office deduction was eliminated for all tax years from 2018 through to 2025 for taxpayers who are employees.

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When determining the deduction for a home office, there are two different methods to choose from: Actual expenses and the simplified method.

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