Some types of business entities (most famously, corporations) offer limited liability to their managers, owners, and officers. That is, under most circumstances such parties will have no personal liability for debts incurred (through tort or contract) by the business entity.
Most business owners have been tempted, from time to time, to claim a deduction for expenses related to maintaining a home office.
[Cross-posted at BergerHarris.com]
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