Originally Posted by Nextlevel23
To cut costs I want to do it out of my house, as now days everything is done by phone, email, fax etc. Would you guys say that is ok or would you recommend having a seperate office? I plan to be strictly sole proprieter and will be dealing with the company directly.
Such as in any business, cash is king and this statement couldn't be more true during the start up phase. Suggest that you organically grow into an office space versus jumping into feet first. Start up capital could be put to better use that will show a quicker much needed ROI.
Most of the folks on here would say (guess I am generalizing and can't speak for everyone) that working from home can be more beneficial then an office space, one just has to level set with themselves to get into the mind set that you are working not at home "checking in on work".