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52. What's a D/B/A and Do I Need One?
Episode 5218th July 2022 • On Your Terms • Sam Vander Wielen
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What is a d/b/a? You may have heard the term d/b/a before, but you don’t really understand what it is or whether or not you need one. Maybe you’ve already registered a d/b/a but you haven’t registered your business—is this out of order? Don’t worry, because I’ve got you covered! I’m going to teach you exactly what a d/b/a is, when you really need one, and how to go about getting one.

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • 03:51 - Common misconceptions about d/b/a
  • 05:31 - The problem with not having a d/b/a
  • 09:42 - What a d/b/a is and how it’s different from registration
  • 15:52 - How to know if you need a d/b/a
  • 20:06 - How to get a d/b/a


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