When you submit your paperwork for a DBA, you will need to pay any required fees.
The fee for setting up a DBA varies between counties.
For example, the fee in Los Angeles County is $26 for the first name and $5 for any additional name.
How much does it cost to set up a DBA?
The cost to file a DBA varies based on the city or county clerk where the business operates. A business that files a DBA may expect to pay anywhere from $10 to $100, according to the Entrepreneur website. The costs to file formation documents for an LLC vary from state to state.
How do I open a DBA file?
To open a DBA checking account, a sole proprietor or individuals in a general partnership will typically need to provide the bank with their EIN, business license if required in their state, general partnership agreement, if applicable, and the certificate of fictitious name registration.
How do I apply for a fictitious business name in California?
To file a Fictitious Business Name Statement in person:
- Search the “Index of Fictitious Business Names” located at the Recorder/County Clerk’s office or online to ensure the name you intend to file IS NOT already registered.
- Complete the filing form provided.
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