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I will be officially a retiree come this March 2015.  The first question that comes to people’s mind upon my retirement is “What type of business are you involved in?”  I gave them a big smile.. Me?  In business line?  Something in me must have portrayed that I am not really “retiring” once and for all, but only resigning from my office and venturing into some other business.  Oh well….. 

Now I am considering a few factors, perhaps I should invest into some business , something that will not tie me down 24/7 and at the same generate some monthly income?  How does that sound?  Yes, it might be possible, I might consider venturing if it brings about some monetary gains.  The more I think about it, the more it sounds possible especially now with this virtual office package.

From what I read here, Virtual Office from Servcorp is a service whereby we can run our business professionally without having to spend extra for the costs of a traditional office space.  Meaning to say, a virtual office is one place we can rely on so that we do not actually need to be in the office to get things done.  There are a few packages to suit our needs, among them are The Virtual Office Package, Communications Package, Address Package and Meetings Package.  Each of these packages comes with a prestigious CBD location, a local support team, technology that saves us time and money and flexible terms from 1 month.  

Sounds interesting to me especially I am often on the “move” and there is trained staff to handle the administrative issues.  Indeed there are many business people whom I am sure will be interested in having a virtual office and I am happy to share that Servcorp virtual office free trial for one month is ongoing now.  You can check out more details and information when you log in to their website.  As for me, I will also consider if there is any business that I can get involved in when I retire……. 


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  1. interesting. And congratulations




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
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  2. I think we should use an online service too! Judging by your blog it is great

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