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Post by lsac0902 » Wed, 04 Nov 2009 11:50 am

Hi, I tried to find the answer to my question on the forum, but didn't find any.

I would like to register a business as sole proprietorship. I wanted to use my home address to do it, but I've read that I need the consent of the URA to register a home based business. So I go to the URA website and I read that I need my landlord consent first. My landlord is the kind of fussy one. So for the moment, I don't want to ask her and try to figure out an other solution. I can't use a PO box address to register the business. Anybody has an idea?

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 04 Nov 2009 1:06 pm

I'm not recommending them but it's the first one I turned up in a google search for 'business address registration singapore'

http://www.wba1971.com/

can also look for similar.
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Post by lsac0902 » Wed, 04 Nov 2009 1:44 pm

thanks SMS

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Post by Hyp0mez » Mon, 16 Nov 2009 4:58 pm

Hello
I just registered my biz and live in an HDB rental so I was unable to list home as my address.

I've gone with a virtual office address - it's only costing me $94 for the year and they receive my mail, send me an email listing who it came from and I pick up at my convenience. Mine is in Peninsula Plaza.

Some of them offer free perks like a rubber stamp, a few hours free in one of their meeting rooms if you need it, etc

There are tons of virtual office services - just google virtual office Singapore.

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