Saving Money. While the year is almost over, when you purchase a shed, garage or building by December 31st, you could also be saving yourself money when tax day rolls around. According to the IRS, as long as your storage is business related you can write off part or all of the costs associated on your taxes when April 15th rolls around.* So whether you’re working from home, like many employees are this year, or you simply need additional storage for business related items, your new investment from 2020 could also count as a tax deduction in 2021!
Saving Time. Life is busy and we know that when you need storage solutions, there’s no time to waste. Whether you design your building online, call us to discuss your options, or stop in to one of our local locations, our professionals will be there every step of the way. Delivery and set up are always included. You can sit back, relax, and watch the savings, we mean storage, being delivered right to you while you don’t miss a beat from your day.
Saving Space. This past year has proven that our homes can be our office too. But, if you’re tired of juggling work on the kitchen table or setting up conference calls in an empty closet, one of our Lifestyle Enhancement Structures may be the perfect fit. These buildings are customized with you in mind – including a home office crafted for you. Create your own space with shelving, windows and doors, flooring options, heating and air, and even a porch entrance for customers to come and go as needed. Oh, and did we mention a home office can be considered a business expense on your taxes?
Before the ball drops on December 31st, stop in to Hometown Sheds and let us create the perfect “savings” for you. With a tax deduction and perfect storage solution, we know you’ll not only be smiling on April 15th, but for years to come, too!
*Consult with your tax advisor for specifics for your business.