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Starting a Business / Small Businesses

Which Address Should You Use for Your Business?

There's a lot that goes into starting a business, and deciding which address to use is one key component.
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There's a lot to consider when creating a business, but deciding which address to use is more important than you might think, Entrepreneur Network partner Mark J. Kohler explains.

There are two types of addresses: a business address and a registered agent address. For a business address, if you don't mind revealing your information to the public, you can use your own home address. Although if you'd like more privacy, you can set up a P.O. box or a mail-forwarding system. 

The registered agent address, which is required for an LLC or a corporation, must be a street address. Again, you can use your home address if you're comfortable -- otherwise, try out a mail-forwarding program. 

To learn more about which address you should use, play the video above. 

Watch more informative videos from Mark J. Kohler on his YouTube channel.

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