DBA Fictitious/Assumed/Trade Name
WHAT IS A DBA FICTITIOUS/ASSUMED/TRADE NAME?
A DBA stands for "Doing Business As" and it is the Filing of your doing business as trade name. For example, if you do business as "Joe's Fine Merchandise, " "Joe's Fine Merchandise" is a trade name. You need to file it with a clerk. If you do, you will obtain a DBA certificate that will help you create stationary and advertise with that name.
Who Needs a DBA?
Users of a trade name need one.  If you file an LLC or Corporation, you can use the corp or LLC name to advertise and you will not need to file a DBA. 
DBA vs. LLC 
If you are going to make any serious money such as more than $50,000 per year, you may want to form an LLC or coproration. It is the best to help you save on taxes and protect you from personal liability. .
WHERE TO OBTAIN A DBA
You can obtain all permits for your business here online.

How It Works

Submit a Form

Submit a form with your business information.

Select Permits

Select the permits you need.

Check Out

Submit the form and pay for the services.

We Will Obtain Them

We will obtain the permit and mail and or email them to you. 

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