Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Forming an Entity?  What is the Difference Between the Principal Address and Mailing Address

When forming an entity, it is important to recognize the distinction between the “principal address” and “mailing address.” The “principal address” is the physical location where the company conducts business and must be physical Florida address (i.e. not a P.O. Box).

However, your “mailing address” does not have to be a Florida address or a physical location (i.e. a P.O. Box can be used).  Instead, the “mailing address” is simply a current and good address where you can be reached at any time.

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