Sole trader details

I am a sole trader selling ebooks online. I do not want to use my real name on my website and hoped to use a nom de plume. I know this sounds suspicious, but I wish to safeguard the privacy of my family given my husband?s occupation.

Do I have to reveal my real name and address? Or, could I use an alias and a PO Box address legally?

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Alasdair Taylor's Answer

You do need to provide a name and address to comply with the applicable law.

There are various pieces of legislation that may be relevant.

See in particular:

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2002/2013/regulation/6/made

A PO Box is not normally considered to be a “geographic address”.

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