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Preparing Your Home Business For Operations

Aug 17, 2007
After you have conducted all the research and have come to a final decision about the business you wish to operate from your home, you need to prepare your home forthe operation of a business. The first thing you want to do is an inventory of equipment you already own that you will need to operate your business. By taking this preliminary inventory, you avoid buying things you do not need as well as missing things that you do not already have.

You certainly do not want to start operating under the premise that you have everything you need only to find something missing. Another important aspect of preparing for your home business and even more important that your equipment inventory is in a designated area to work. Depending on the type of business, you may need a small private area to use as an office or you may be able to utilize space that is already being used.

If you do not have an extra room that you can use, consider partitioning the area you already have to afford privacy when you need to work. This will work better than an open area as it will send the message to other family members that you are working and not available for conversation or other non emergency interruptions. By developing this concept from the start, you avoid the delay that is caused when friends find out you are working at home and think you can socialize any time of the day.

You need to develop your own time frame so that you know what you need to do and during what time of the day or night. Depending on the type of business, you may be able to operate only during normal business hours but that is not true of all home businesses. You must be prepared for the possibility that you will not be able to operate a 9 to 5 business all of the time. While you are developing your business, you will probably find that you are working 12 to 16 hours a day but that will slow down after you have everything in place.

The most important thing you need to do when preparing your home for business operations is having all of your legal and tax information completed. Although you may not need to file taxes until you start making money. You may want to have everything in place from the beginning. You also want to have an account, attorney and tax advisor either on retainer or available for any questions you have or any forms or other business related issues that you need prepared. Remember, once your business begins making a profit, you will not have the time to start looking for the professionals to help you, so its important to include that in your pre operational preparations.
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