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Can a Florida LLC Have Multiple DBAs?

A Florida LLC can have multiple DBAs (Doing Business As). A DBA allows an LLC to operate under a different name, and there is no limit to the number of DBAs an LLC can have in Florida. However, each DBA must be registered with the Florida Department of State.

A DBA, or "Doing Business As," is an alternative name that a business can use in addition to its official legal name. It is a registered and recognized pseudonym for a business entity, often utilized by sole proprietorships, partnerships, and LLCs to conduct their operations under a different name without the need to form a separate business entity.

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) may want multiple DBAs (Doing Business As) for various reasons, such as expanding into different markets or product lines, rebranding, or targeting specific customer segments. Using multiple DBAs allows an LLC to operate under different names without forming separate legal entities, which can save on costs and administrative work. However, it is important to maintain proper records and comply with local regulations for each DBA.

  • Published: Mar 6, 2024
  • Updated: Mar 9, 2024

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