You do not need a busniess plan in order to use Adobe software commercially.... you could even use student/teacher versions for commercial work.
The different plans are pretty well defined on the following page. You should be able to see the differences in price and what you get.
And what about EULA paragraph 4.7: "No Service Bureau. Customer will not use or offer the Software on a service bureau basis."? What is a "service bureau"? Photography or design could be a service. I've read a related topic in the forum, but it raises more questions instead of giving answers...
I don't speak legalese. You probably need to hire an Adobe attorney to decrypt the details shaded into the agreement. It is possible that "service bureau" is a defined term somewhere in the document. I don't intend to follow up with looking into it for you.
4.7 No Service Bureau. Customer will not use or offer the Software on a service bureau basis. Section 16.6.3 provides a limited exception for font software only.
What i could gather on the forums :
This clause means that you cannot rent out the software for third parties to use.
It does not mean that you yourself are prohibited from using the software in your business, even if that means you are producing a product for a third party. Rather, it is designed to stop you from setting up a room with a computer (or now online as a Software as a Service) with the application installed on it and renting time to some third party customer for them to use the room/computer/software to produce their own products. is this what adobe refers to a service bureau.
Is the above explanation correct ?
Although I cannot confirm it, that would seem like a legitimate interpretation... essentially you cannot sell the use of Adobe software.
Thanks to both of you for your advices. However, to be fully secure, I've contacted adobe support to find out about "service bureau basis" definition, and got assured that: "you can use the Adobe products for your business propose, however you can't distribute our software to other business organizations as a service. The work you done with the software belongs to you and you can use it for commercial use but not the software itself."
Regarding the question whether I may choose CC Individuals plan for commercial purposes, if I do not need extended features that CC Business plan offers, the answer was: "If you want to use the CC on a single system you can purchase the CC individual."