A lot of people have home based businesses which in turn also means that they work and sleep under the same roof which definitely saves a lot of money if you arenâ€™t exactly some kind of large corporation. Just recently though, a person was telling me something kind of similar except he had a different train of thought where he wanted to make his place where he intends to conduct business as his home as well.
Example, rather than say you having a home and then making some kind of office space out of it, instead he intends to get a nice studio where he will conduct classes during certain times and then use it as a home for the rest. Itâ€™s usually a little trickier this way though as in a lot of cases your work space may not be deemed allowable to use as a home in these situations, so to speak.
But in general, I suppose you can save a lot of money when it comes to traveling too. The only real disadvantage Iâ€™d say is that a lot of people find it difficult to discipline themselves to be more productive work wise when their place of business and home are in the same vicinity.