It's believed the change could cost up to €8 million a year.
The Tánaiste is proposing new tax breaks for those working from home.
The Business Post is reporting there's considerations at increasing an allowance for electricty and heating to increase from 10 percent of bills currently, to 30 percent.
The allowance only applies for the room a person is working in, and for the days they're working from home.
It's believed the change could cost up to eight million euro a year.
However, HR expert Mary Connaughton from CIPD Ireland isn't convinced it would make much of a difference
HR expert Mary Connaughton from CIPD says it can be a lot of effort to claim