I know that I qualify for the home-office deduction if I perform my administrative and management activities in my office space at home.
What happens if I do other work activities at home? For example, if I do some marketing there, do I ruin my deduction?
The law says that your home office must be your principal place of business. One way to meet this requirement is to perform substantially all your administrative and management activities in the home office.
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