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I DID ASK A QUESTION.....GOT NO ANSWER!!! CAN I CLAIM 2 OFFICES FOR A PRIVATE PRACTICE.....I CLAIM A HOME OFFICE, AND USE ANOTHER SETTING TO MEET CLIENTS.

 
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I DID ASK A QUESTION.....GOT NO ANSWER!!! CAN I CLAIM 2 OFFICES FOR A PRIVATE PRACTICE.....I CLAIM A HOME OFFICE, AND USE ANOTHER SETTING TO MEET CLIENTS.

if a tax return form 1065 or 1120-S is filed for the practice,  post back, because that complicates matters.   

the criteria for deducting home office are

If you are self-employed and have a home office, you might qualify to claim a home office deduction. This means you can deduct expenses for the business use of your home. To do so, both of these must apply:

You use the business part of your home exclusively and regularly for trade or business purposes. These uses of your home don’t qualify:
Voluntary
Occasional
Incidental
The business part of your home must be one of these:
Your main place of business
Place where you meet or deal with patients, clients, or customers in the normal course of your trade or business
Separate structure — not attached to the home — that you use in connection with your trade or business

 

if the other setting is a place you reside such as a second residence you would have to meet the tests for both.         if other than a residence, you can claim the expenses related to it along with your HO.  

 

Level 20

I DID ASK A QUESTION.....GOT NO ANSWER!!! CAN I CLAIM 2 OFFICES FOR A PRIVATE PRACTICE.....I CLAIM A HOME OFFICE, AND USE ANOTHER SETTING TO MEET CLIENTS.

This is your first question on this forum ...  you did read this one but did not leave a message ...

 

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