A home office which is not in the home but deemed a "separate structure" comes with many tax advantages. It is easier to accomplish this than an office inside the residence.
With a separate structure, you have to use it for business, but it doesn't have to be the principal location. For example, if you own a store, but make pottery in your pod to sell, that would justify a write off. You do have to use it exclusively and regularly for business to qualify.
As if you need a reason to own one of these magical spheres.
It practically pays for itself.
By the way my commute to the pod took a little extra time today, had to move some snow to get there.
Enriching lives one pod at a time.