When Zhang was registering a company, his friend told him that he needed to determine the company's registered address. Then, how to determine the company's registered address?
In fact, for non-Beijing and Shanghai cities, it is not a problem to determine the company's registration address, because such registration address is easy to find.
For first-tier cities like Beijing and Shanghai, finding a company's registered address is more difficult and the cost of renting the address on site is more expensive.
Because these cities have special practices, especially for Shanghai's entrepreneurs, requiring companies to register in the office.
In other words, the company's registration address must be an office address, not a residential address.
Therefore, in a city like Beijing and Shanghai, because of the large number of registered companies, the company's registration address and office address are limited, so it is difficult to find the appropriate company registration address.
At the same time, office conditions can provide office addresses, usually at higher prices and higher rents, and there is also a great financial pressure for the company.
This leads to the so-called virtual company registration address. In reality, many start-ups solve the problem of company registration address in this way.
Therefore, it should be noted that some companies are operating on special projects, while some virtual addresses are not special business projects.
Secondly, some virtual addresses can not meet some tax requirements. Therefore, when a company registers, each project needs to take into account the characteristics of the project itself. Virtual address can meet the requirements of the project and choose the company registration address.
In practice, there are often inconsistencies between the registered address and the actual office address. We should try to make the registered address consistent with the office address. So even a spot check will not be a problem!