New Hampshire DBA (Doing Business As)
We provide DBAs for all 50 US states and DC
DO I NEED A NEW HAMPSHIRE DBA?
When a company, organization or individual wants to conduct business under a name other than their own (this is called a fictitious name), most U.S. states require that entity to file a DBA (these are referred to in the UK as trading as). In other words, John Smith’s lawn mowing business called "John’s Best Cuts" would file that name as its DBA. Then, legally, John can advertise his business as "John’s Best Cuts." Usually your DBA is required to open a business bank account, advertise, accept payments and create contracts. By registering your DBA you can often prevent other competing area companies from using that same name. Corporations can create more than one DBA without having to create separate business entities for each of them.
Sole Proprietors are one business type for which DBAs make a lot of sense. John’s internet-based business called "Worldwide Clamshell Exporters" does not betray the fact that the business is just him working alone out of his house.
ARE THERE ANY RULES ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE DBAs?
There are certain rules that must apply to DBA names: You can't obtain a DBA for something illegal (e.g. "John's Heroin Emporium"). The name cannot make false claims (e.g. "John's U.S. Department of Defenses"). When you start your company, it will be registered under the names of the owners. The New Hampshire Secretary of State, Corporations Division office is at: State House Annex, Room 317, 25 Capitol Street, Concord, NH 03301. Or you can call us at (800) 246-2677 and our trained professionals will gladly help you.
WE CAN HELP YOU GET A NEW HAMPSHIRE DBA IN JUST MINUTES!
- Click the order button (below), and you will be taken to a short order form where you can enter all your relevant information.
- You will receive your New Hampshire DBA paperwork in the mail.
Further information about New Hampshire corporations, corporate law and New Hampshire Registered Agent Service:
- New Hampshire Secretary of State's website
- New Hampshire Registered Agent Statutes
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