Business addresses are a little different depending on your permits/licensing and type of business.
Working remotely online as an employee for another company or being self-employed (Freelancer/Sub-Contractor/affiliate/etc.) generally only requires a personal/physical address and not a business address since you are self-employed and technically a home-based business.
However, if you start your own full service/product business online paying yourself and others as an employee of the entity you created, you will need a business address. In these cases, a P.O. box will work most of the time.
Laws, Licensing and Permits
Be sure to check your local and federal laws pertaining to business address requirements based on the type of permits/licensing/work you’ll be doing remotely so you can avoid any unfortunate snags. State laws on operating a home-based business may vary.
Be sure to review all our resources. Don’t skip anything we outlined there. We know it’s a lot of reading, but you’ll be thankful you read it all later.