Conservatives want you to start a business from home

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So you run an eBay business but you live in a council or housing association house. Your tenancy forbids you from running a business at home, or possibly even if you own your house the deeds forbid you from running a business from home.

In the past most online start ups have simply ignored the tenancy agreement, but you do run the risk of at best having to close your business down or find new premises and at worst being kicked out of your house ,if your neighbours complain.

Now David Cameron, the potential next Prime Minister has promised to change this. Emma at Enterprise Nation quotes Cameron as saying it “May sound like a small thing but I think it’s actually significant – a huge number of small businesses are started in people’s homes. But do you know what? Many social landlords forbid you to run a business from your home. We’re going to change that as well in discussion with social landlords.”

Bravo Cameron – now show that you really understand the needs of small businesses by simplifying and reducing the burden of taxation.


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