Sole Proprietors & DBAs

Learn about sole proprietorships and the perks of filing a DBA ("doing business as"), and get tips specific to your state.

File a DBA in South Dakota

Teaser: Some states require a DBA (doing business as) form to be filed before allowing a company to do business under a different name. Find out more…

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File a DBA in Washington

Registering to do business with a different business name can help your business adapt to the marketplace. Find out more about getting another…

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File a DBA in Wyoming

Sometimes a business wants to operate under a different name, this is called a DBA. Find out more about DBAs, including how they can help your…

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File a DBA in Oklahoma

Find out more about how your business can use a different name (known as ‘doing business as’ or DBA), including details on when you need to file for…

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File a DBA in South Carolina

South Carolina doesn’t require a company to register a secondary business name,but getting one is always a good idea. Find out more about how a DBA…

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File a DBA in Vermont

Registering to do business with a different business name can help your business adapt to the marketplace. Find out more about getting another…

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File a DBA in West Virginia

Registering to do business with a different business name can help your business adapt to the marketplace. Find out more about getting another…

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Filing a DBA in Alaska

Want to do business under another name but unsure how to get started? Find out more about registering a secondary business name in Alaska, including…

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File a DBA in Rhode Island

Find out more about how your business can use a different name (known as ‘doing business as’ or DBA), including details on when you need to file for…

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File a DBA in Virginia

Registering to do business with a different business name can help your business adapt to the marketplace. Find out more about getting another…

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