If you’re planning to do business under your Corporation or LLC’s name, you will not need a DBA (Doing Business As – also known as a Fictitious Firm Name or Assumed Name). If you want to operate your company under a different name, a DBA will be required.
For example, if you are organized under 123 Services, LLC but want to do business as “SuperGeeks” then you must file the DBA or fictitious name statement. Some companies operate multiple companies under one Corporation or LLC, so each one is named with a separate DBA. So 123 Services, LLC could manage SuperGeeks, Mobile PC Repair, and Macs-R-Us.
If you need to file for a DBA, we can file your DBA in any state or county with just a few clicks.