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Just to be clear - you want the Nevada LLC (not yourself personally) to do business in Florida under a different name.
You must first register your Nevada LLC to do business in Florida. That process is easy and is described here.
Once that is complete, you can register a fictitious name (your DBA). This can be done online.
Of course, you will also need to get a local business license as well.
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Must have missed something in the paste. Here is the correct link
Sorry about that.
Try this. I see what happened before.
Copy and paste it in your browser. The problem is that it is a secure link (https v. http). When I was making it a link, it was adding an additional "http" so it messed up.
Lastly, how do I obtain a "local business license?"
It depends on the county. Tell me the county and I will see for you.
So, just to be sure I understand:
1) Pay filing fee $100, complete application - WAIT FOR THEIR REPLY YES/NO
2) Designation of Registered Agent $25 - CAN I BE MY OWN AGENT?
3) Certified Copy (optional) $30
4) Certificate of Status (opional) $5
Then go online & register fictous name (DBA).
Finally go to Clerk and apply for local business license.
Is this correct?
Don't work too hard...you'll probably be hearing from me a lot in the next few months!
Nah. Hard work could get me hurt.
And start your question "For Nathan". I will get right to it as soon as I can.
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