A Virtual Office Address will help you keep your home address private

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A Virtual Office Address will help you keep your home address private

I don’t know about you, but my home is my haven. I love my little house with its traditional features and pretty gardens. It’s my refuge and a place where I feel safe. Anyone who knows me, knows that my home is where I’m happiest. I spend a lot of time at home because it’s also my workplace. It’s the hub of my business. My plans for world domination have been hatched here and many successes have been celebrated here, so my home is very much a key part of my business.

But for me there is a line that cannot be crossed. Because this is also my family’s home. And I remind myself daily that I must respect their right to quiet enjoyment of it as well. The question of course is: How do I maintain my peaceful home and at the same time provide my clients and customers with the comfort that I have a legitimate, thriving business that they can rely on?

That’s where using a Virtual Office Address is a good idea. Business owners like myself can pay a fee to use another business’s address as their own. The professional address service providers will give you use of a street address and postal address. They’ll collect your mail, take delivery of parcels and greet personal visitors. Some will even offer a Registered Office Address service for ASIC purposes.

The cost varies and of course, the more prestigious the address, the more you will pay. It’s totally up to you and how you want to run your business as to whether you pay hundreds each month for a CBD address or just a few dollars a week for a local address.

We have a number of Virtual Office Address plans right here. You can pay monthly, or you can pay annually and save more than 15%. Both of our Virtual Office Address packages give you access to our boardrooms at meeting room prices.  So check them out today.

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