Lundy, There are a few credits out there, but I would put most of them under the more trouble than they are worth section of my yellow-pad. For instance if you wanted to rehab slum properties in some areas and then rent the properties to junkies who would un-rehab them for you may qualify for a tax credit. If you wanted to hire one of those junkies to do trades for you, that may qualify for a credit. If you find like me, the most enjoyable thing about working from home is knowing that no one is going to walk into your office 5 seconds after you make a batch of air biscuits. Well if you can bottle the stuff (im trying) you may get an alternative fuel credit. I understand Dennis Kowlowski free to discuss some of his tax saving techniques as well.