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CA DBA protection

Asked by: Julio Aceves - 11 January, 2013
What protection does a DBA have in CA? If under a corp or LLC?
Should a corp or LLC be formed in CA then put all DBA under it?
Answered by: Robert Kowalski - 12 January, 2013
Julio,

DBA is just an "alias", meaning it provides no protection by itself other than permitting your business to officially operate under the DBA name.

If you want to limit the liability of the business to itself and use different operational names you should form a limited liability entity such as LLC or corporation, and then register all DBAs under it.

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