The Lone Tree (Park Meadows) Coworking Blog
Famous Mompreneurs and the Lessons They Teach in Lone Tree
Moms have a unique way of turning their clever hacks, tricks, and ideas into money-making opportunities. In fact, the practice of being a mom and having a side…
Show Appreciation to Your Employees with Flexible Workspaces in Lone Tree
In a time where employees across the country have no office to which to report, flexible and virtual workspaces are rising to fill in the gaps.
Exploring the Psychology of Remote Work in Lone Tree
Remote work isn’t just a trend: it’s here to stay. For better or for worse, companies are currently embracing remote work capabilities to maintain the health and safety…
How to Handle Remote Work Like A Pro in Lone Tree
On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your ability to transition from the office to your living room?
Top 5 Tools for Small Business Budgeting in Lone Tree
Many small business owners wonder whether they really need to map out a budget. Even if you don’t have many expenses (which is often the case with work-at-home…
Business on a Budget: Where to Spend and Where to Save in Lone Tree
Businesses thrive on good budgeting, and it’s important to know which of your expenses are essential and which ones you may be able to cut back on (or…
How Coworking Impacts Your Taxes in Lone Tree
Can I deduct my coworking membership from my taxes?
Top 5 Tax Resources for Solopreneurs and Small Businesses in Lone Tree
If this is your first time filing small business or solopreneur taxes, don’t feel bad if your head is spinning while thinking about all of your tax obligations….
How Accounting Firms Leverage Shared Office Space During Tax Season in Lone Tree
Tax season is in full swing, and accountants across the country are scrambling to satisfy their clients’ needs during their busiest time of the year. For many solo…
Take the Sting Out of Tax Season in Lone Tree with These 5 Tips
Is any small business owner ever ready for tax season? The prospect of “spending” money is never appealing, but that’s the high price of doing business. The good…