Starting Your Business Legally

There are a lot of steps in creating a legally-protected and thriving business, but to get one started you only really need to do one thing: acquire a “Doing Business As” or DBA from your state or county. That’s all you need to get started, and on today’s episode we cover:

  • What is a “Doing Business As” certification?
  • How you get a DBA
  • Why you might not want to just start with a DBA
  • Steps to consider beyond your initial DBA

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The Legalpreneur Podcast is advertising/marketing material. It is not legal advice. Please consult with your attorney on these topics. Copyright Andrea Sager Law 2020

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