If you are going to work from home, then setting up a home office makes perfect sense to give you a base to operate from. Working from home can save a lot of money in tax,
and rent on office space and it is vital that the place in which you work should have a space to organise your personal finances and to pay bills.
1. Get a piece of paper and write down the absolute basic requirements for your office.
2. Pick a quiet room with access to both network and electric sockets.
3. The office desk that is chosen needs to be comfortable and fit into the space that you have dedicated to work and it should be built to accommodate office equipment such as a telephone, computer and desk organiser whilst also giving you enough surface space to work with.
4. Buying office chairs that actually support your back and are ergonomic is vital.
5. An internet connection should be fast enough to provide the high speed required for you to respond to emails and download large files.
6. Choose a combined copier fax and printer to save on space in the home office, rather than only considering an office desk maybe look at a computer desk instead which often comes with additional storage facilities for multi functional office equipment.
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