A reader asked this question in response to my post: Taking Care of the LLC Publication Requirement:
“I was hoping you could illuminate something for your readers. If a business were to file a pub requirement under one name (i.e. Acme, LLC.) but then decided that they wanted a different name and started a DBA name (i.e. Taylor Capital) would another NYS publication requirement need to be filed under the DBA name?”
Answer: No. The publication requirement has nothing to do with choosing to use a name for your business that is different from your legal name, i.e. choosing to “do business as”. If you want to use a different business name after you properly complied with the publication requirement for your LLC, you can do so, as long as you follow the “doing business as” rules.
P.s. I welcome questions from readers and will try to address them in the blog where appropriate. However, none of my posts constitutes legal advice, you cannot rely on my blog as a substitute for legal advice, and there won’t be an attorney-client relationship between us.
**This post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice**