Why We Include a Free Florida Business Address
The use of our Florida business address is one of the key ways our Double LLC package helps your business stay private, but if you’ve spent any time on our website, you’re probably aware that all of our clients can use our Florida business address for free. This includes businesses that use our traditional Florida LLC service, our Florida incorporation service, or simply our Florida Registered Agent service on its own.
Why? Because we believe a free business address should be a basic part of any Florida registered agent service, and we can provide this service because we own the building that houses our registered agent service, our business formation services, and our Florida mail forwarding center.
Can I get mail forwarding service with my Florida Double LLC™?
You bet! Our Florida mail forwarding packages are available to all of our clients. In each case, you can use our Florida business address, and we’ll scan and upload your mail to your client account on the day it arrives. These packages all include a free 60-day trial of our Florida Phone Service too (a secondary business line designed to help you protect your privacy).
Simply choose the package that best fits the needs of your Double LLC:
- Our free mail forwarding option is already part of our $35 Florida registered agent service, and it includes forwarding up to 3 pieces of non-state mail per year for free;
- Our Deluxe Florida mail forwarding package includes 10 additional non-state mail scans for $49 a year and a unique suite number for your business; and
- Our Premium Florida mail forwarding package includes 25 additional non-state mail scans for $99 a year, a unique suite number, and even junk mail shredding.
You can learn more about what each package has to offer at our Florida mail forwarding service page.
Or, if you’re interested in mail forwarding plus a real office lease and a full year of Florida Phone Service for your business, check out our low-cost and comprehensive Florida Virtual Office package instead.