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Hello Guys, 

I think I know the answer but a recent search I did not find anything. I'm just lookin for updated 2020 information. My question is I am starting a business and it won't be a physical location. To build business credit, is it ok to use a UPS Store box, or some other type of business address I can buy because I don't want to add my home address to the secretary of state papers or anything. I also don't want to buy an office because I dont need an office. What are the updated ways I should handle this to not be penalized by creditors because of an address. 


Thank You everyone and Happy New Year

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