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What is Doing Business As (D.B.A)?

Doing Business As is the same as a Fictious Business Name (FBN) or Trade Name. When people don’t want to use or start a business under the legal name of their LLC or Corporation, they choose a fictious name to their business under. Fictious Business Names, Doing Business As, Assumed Business or Trade Name are all different terms used to identify the same thing!
  • Why Consider Doing Business As?

    If you’re incorporating your business in multiple states under the same name but want to specify each branch by its location, D.B.A is a good option for you! Moreover, in case your services have changed or diversified, an assumed business (same as a D.B.A) name helps you define the function of your corporation.

  • What are the Advantages of D.B.A?
  • Disadvantages of Doing Business As (D.B.A)
  • Should You Start A D.B.A?
  • How is Doing Business As (D.B.A) Different to a Trademark?

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In order to register and file your assumed, trade, fictitious, or doing business as name on your behalf, we offer a comprehensive fictitious business name solution. Simply place an order, and we'll gather the necessary data, walk you through the procedure, and supply your fictitious company name.



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Frequently Asked Questions
about D.B.A

  • Is D.B.A necessary?

    If you don’t want to use your legal company name, then a D.B.A is legally required.

  • How is a D.B.A different to a Trademark?
  • Do I need a D.B.A if I start the business in my own name?
  • Do I need a D.B.A if I already own an LLC or Corporation?
  • Does D.B.A give me liability protection?

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