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Jason RuegerParticipant2 years, 5 months ago
DBA stands for “doing business as.” Essentially, it would be the company name that you would use with the public. IE, the name on your website, business cards, etc.
For example, let’s say your business was incorporated as “Denny’s Drywall LLC,” but then you wanted to expand into other construction as well. Your legal name would be the same, but you could have a DBA like Denny’s Drywall and Construction,” or just “Denny’s Construction.”
Hope that helps!in reply to: Is a dba name the "companyname" or is it the "legal name"? #84079 ♥ Like0 ♥
Jason RuegerParticipant2 years, 7 months ago
Are you talking about Weebly, or which service are you asking about? If you clarify, I’ll do what I can to help.
Thanks for chiming in!
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I assume you are talking about a POS system.
Which system are you talking about? Then, I should be able to help you out!
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I think there is a little confusion as to the services we provide. We simply provide helpful how-to articles and review guides for small businesses. We do not provide any payment services or website solutions of any kind ourselves.
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