Working From Home Raises Questions About Tax Write-Offs

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Working From Home Raises Questions About Tax Write-Offs

By: April Thompson. Posted:  Updated: 

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way people go to work, raising questions when it comes to filing your taxes.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way that people are working. Primarily, people are working from home at a dramatic clip. You may be asking yourself, “What will this mean for my taxes? Can I use my home as my office? How will all this work?”

Thankfully, employment attorney, Alan Crone, was recently interviewed by local CBS affiliate WREG News Channel 3 to talk about all things tax.

Alan is an excellent employment attorney, however, he is not a tax attorney. Alan can answer some questions, but when it comes to tax he does not know the whole situation,

So, if you have tax questions, you can call attorney, Wis Laughlin. Wis has been of-counsel for our firm the last couple of years. He is an experienced tax attorney that has developed his own Tax Mastery(c) program.

Alan and Wis also did a series of tax videos on the Crone Law Firm YouTube page. Check the playlist out here!

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