Thanks for asking your question! I'm sorry to hear about your tax issue and I'm going to try my best to help you understand or resolve it.
In order to deduct the home office deduction, your home office must be your "principal place of business"
So, if you have another office that you rent, that would be your "principal place of business" and you would be deducting the expenses for that office.
You cannot deduct both.
Thanks. What if I end up doing "most" (51+%) of my work at home and less at the co-work location? Does that change things?
Ah Ok. So it's one or the other....not a % of both?
It has to be your principal place of business, You could not have both
Only one place can be your principal place of business
Ok, thank you.
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