Starting a Business
Over the past decade, more small business owners and entrepreneurs
have begun to incorporate at-home businesses. While some experts attribute this to the recession, others claim it is because society is more accepting of individuals who work from home. Additionally, technological advancements support this type of lifestyle.
and employees that opt to telecommute have a significant impact on the U.S. economy, according to a report released in October 2009 by Network Solutions, an online marketing firm.
"There has been a huge attitudinal shift in the way that home-based businesses are viewed now," Steve King, a partner at Emergent Research, a home-based business, told Inc. magazine
"It wasn't that long ago that if you said you worked from home, it meant that you were unemployed," he added.
King said that home incorporations have reached a "legitimacy tipping point," thanks largely in part to technology and the web, which enable entrepreneurs to work from a variety of locations, resulting in extra space "legitimacy in the eyes of the customers, [and] from the larger business community."
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