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How to File a DBA in Minnesota

by: Mark Kennan

DBA, short for "doing business as," refers to a name that you use for business that's different than your actual name. In Minnesota, your DBA is called an assumed name. You must register your DBA unless your business name is both your first and last ...
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How to Establish a DBA

by: Mark Kennan

A DBA, or "doing business as," is a name you use for your business besides your real name. DBAs are also known as fictitious names or trade names in some states. For example, if you want to call your business "Glamorous Ghost Writers," you have to ...
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A sole proprietor can work under her own name or operate under a catchy business nickname. A DBA, which stands for "doing business as," can help you ...

Setting Up a DBA in Massachusetts

by: Mark Kennan

A DBA, which is short for doing business as, is the registration form that a business owner must file when she does business under a name other than her real name. Not all states require you to register a DBA, but Massachusetts does.
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