Many owners of newly incorporated companies choose to run their business operations from home.
This ever increasing practice is quite permissible in the age of fast residential broadband interest access, modern day telecommunications and inexpensive personal computers.
Keeping Business Costs Down
In many situations the main driver behind the decision to work from home after becoming self employed is cost.
Office premises, particularly in a sought after location is expensive and many start-up companies exercising a great of caution are unwilling or unable to invest the large upfront costs associated with acquiring such facilities.
This is at least until they have established their businesses and have an strong sense of the levels of income which they can generate.
New Companies have Simple Needs
Depending on the type of business activity a newly registered company will engage in, there may be no need for anything more than a simple room for it to successfully operate from.
Internet based businesses in particular may not require much in the way for traditional infrastructure other than a sturdy hosting environment for the company’s website.
The use of a good virtual office service for business correspondence and registered office address to display on electronic and paper based correspondence might provide the required “premises” features for a new company.