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What Does DBA Mean in Business?

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In the business world, DBA - which stands for "doing business as" - is a vitally important acronym to know. It signifies that an individual or company is doing business under a fictitious name.
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How to Set Up a DBA in California

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How to Close a DBA

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When you conduct business under a name different than your own, you are using a DBA which is short for "doing business as." Each state has its own DBA laws, some of which refer to a DBA as a fictitious business name, assumed name or trade name.
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How to Get a DBA in Virginia

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Contests are a popular way for nonprofits to raise funds, promote their mission and collect new names for their mailing lists. Although a complex array of state, federal and even international laws imposes limits on contest activity, nonprofits also ...
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How to Transfer a DBA to a New Entity in Texas

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Texas law allows businesses to operate under an assumed name, also known as a "doing business as" or DBA, for any legitimate business reason, as long as the name is unique and properly registered with an official state entity.
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When Does a Testamentary Trust Will Go Through Probate?

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When you die, many of your assets will have to go through probate before your estate’s representative can distribute them to your beneficiaries. Probate is the process whereby a representative for your estate gathers your assets, pays your creditors ...
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What Does DBA Mean in Business?

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In the business world, DBA - which stands for "doing business as" - is a vitally important acronym to know. It signifies that an individual or company is doing business under a fictitious name.
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How Do I Extend My DBA?

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