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Home Office

the government department responsible throughout England and Wales for law and order generally and for a variety of other matters such as immigration, nationality, extradition and deportation.
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But there's more to a home office than meets the eye.
The home-office hub is staying and home office will continue to expand," Halvorsen said.
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may be ready for a home office.
Joe makes sales calls throughout the metropolitan area where he lives, and makes only a few actual sales from his home office.
A natural response by corporate survivors was to use an "after hours" home office to catch up on paperwork and keep pace with the increased work load.
But, lots of people need his and her space today, and we can no longer live with just one home office.
Telecommuting employees generally will not be using the home office location to meet or deal with customers or clients in the ordinary course of business.
In order for a home office to qualify, the taxpayer must conduct substantial administrative or management activities at the location.
As a general rule, the home office must be the focal point of income-generating activities, says Michael van den Akker, a tax partner in Price Waterhouse's San Francisco office.
Among the thousands of design choices available to new homebuyers at the KB Home Studio, are pre-wiring packages which enable the home to keep up with new technologies, from high speed internet connectivity ideal for a home office, to surround sound for the perfect home theater experience.
IDC expects traditional dial-up methods to remain the most popular way for home offices to access the Internet through 2004.
Although most of Herman Miller's products are more expensive than RTA or other traditional home office products, I believe increased use of home offices along with concerns about ergonomics and comfort will drive the consumer look toward more fully featured products.

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