What to do if I’m starting a web-based business and don’t currently have a store front/physical address?

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What to do if I’m starting a web-based business and don’t currently have a store front/physical address?

I need to file for an LLC. What do I do about not having a location?

Asked on August 2, 2013 under Business Law, New Mexico

Answers:

SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

You can use your home address, even if it is not zoned for a commercial use; that's because the LLC filings are about your *legal* address--e.g. where legal notice would go--which does not have to have anything to do with where work is conduct or local zoning ordinances.


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