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Can a DBA be filed for all business types?


DBA (Doing Business As) Filing Service


Yes, DBAs can and should be filed for all business types - they are not just for Sole Proprietors. General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Corporations, LLCs, and Non-Profits that wish to operate under a name different from their one official legal name are required to register a DBA.



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