Out-of-state office space used by local staff, with a sleeping room 4 staff travelers
Asked Sep 16, 2008, 05:22 PM
Can I rent an out-of-state office space used by local staff, with a sleeping room for other staff travelers?
I run a tutoring program out of state, that requires me and the other officers of the company to visit for training and managing. Instead of paying exorbitant hotel fees, if our company to rent a small house, the top floor for office employees, and the bottom for out-of-state visitors, can I deduct the rent as an office expense?
Again, the top floor is purely office space used by employees for day-to-day operations, and for customer visits.