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When you work at home you determine financial reward you receive in relation to effort you put in. As an employee you make money for your employer. When you work for some else money you make goes into someone else’s pocket. You can change this when working at home.
5. Hours Are Flexible.
The traditional 9-5 daily routine restricts what you would really like to do. Many employers stand quite firm over working hours and often if working hours are breached, can often end in disciplinary action. Working at home lifts this constraint and gives you option of living life you want to live, way you want to live it.
6. Tax Benefits.
Working at home turns your normal family home into an office. This means that you can deduct normal house expenses. You can also deduct travel and local transportation expenses. Other deductions include software, books, subscriptions, telephone services, insurance and retirement plans. You can even deduct against depreciation of your home.
7. Less Stress.
25% of employees view their jobs as number one stressor in their lives and 75% of employees believe worker has more on-the-job stress than a generation ago. Working at home reduces amount of stress that is normally associated with working for someone else. Stress can make you feel physically sick, that is why so many working days are lost to stress in today’s environment.
Barry Redfearn is the author of the “2005 Work At Home Jobs Directory “ which contains 1000 companies that pay people to work at home. The directory is available at: http://www.work-at-home-jobs-directory.com/