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Last Updated: 11 August 2016

A business name, also known as a trading name, is simply a name or title under which a person, or other legal entity, trades.

Your business name not only identifies you to your customers, but also allows you to differentiate yourself from your competitors and enables your customers to make an emotional connection to your business and brand. For many businesses, the name is often the most valuable asset.

If you register a business name, it will be connected to your Australian Business Number (ABN).

If you haven’t decided on a business name yet, read our How do I choose a business name? page for some tips.

When you must register

When setting up your business, if you choose to operate as a sole trader, partnership or a trust, and not as a company, then you will have to register your business name with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

If your business name is your, or your partner’s, first name and surname, then there is no need to register.

  • Sally Miller has a jewellery business named ‘Sally Miller’. As her business is trading under her own name, she does not need to register for a business name.
  • Jodie Hart has a floral business named ‘Hart Flowers’. As her business is not trading under her own name, she will need to register the business name ‘Hart Flowers’.

If you’re trading as a company, you’ll need to register a company name when you register your company.

How do I register for a business name?

All business name registrations are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). You can Register a business name through the ASIC website.

You will need to have an Australian Business Number (ABN), or be in the process of applying for an ABN and not have been refused. ABN registrations are free, and you can have multiple business names linked to your ABN.

Once you have an Australian Business Number (ABN), you can register a business name online. You can do this through the ABN application or through ASIC Connect.

To register for a business name:

  1. Decide on a name that’s right for your business.
  2. See if the business name you want is available through the check name availability search on the ASIC website.
  3. Register for your business name online.

The National Business Names Registration System replaces previous state and territory registers. You now only need to register for a business name with ASIC once, and it’s registered nationally

You can’t register a business name that is identical or too similar to a business name registered to another Australian business or company. However, a business name does not give you legal rights to that name. This means that if someone else uses your business name for their business, you don’t have any rights to stop them.

Cost of registering

The fees to register your business name with ASIC include:

Find out more about the business name payments and fees for registering or renewing a business name, and how to pay your fees on the ASIC website.

How long does registration take?

A business name registration application should take you around 15 -20 minutes to complete online. If you have an ABN, have provided all the required documents, and paid the fee, you should get confirmation in:

  • two business days for payment by credit card
  • up to five business days for payment made by BPay, EFT or Bank Transfer.

ASIC will notify you two months before your business name is due for renewal.

Previous state or territory registrations

Registration of your business name applies nationally, so you do not need to register across different states and territories.

If you previously registered your business name in more than one state or territory, all your business names have been transferred to ASIC’s national business names register. Any of these names can be used to carry on business nationally. You may choose to keep one business name record (e.g. the one with the latest registration expiry) and allow your remaining business names to lapse by not paying the renewal fee.

If your business had an identical name as another business operating in another state or territory, ASIC will provide additional information on the public register to differentiate affected businesses. This may be the state or territory your business name was first registered in. This identifier doesn’t form part of your business name, but is used to allow people to distinguish between identical business names on the public register.

Multiple business names

If you have multiple different business names, or also have a registered company, you are now able to align the renewal dates for those registrations. If you have multiple principal places of business across Australia, ASIC will notify you of which address it intends to use as the principal place of business for sending documents. You may nominate an alternative address for service through ASIC .

Searching the business name register

Whether you need to find out when your business name is due for renewal or check a name’s availability when starting your business, you can perform a quick, online search using the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) business names register.

The register can provide information on:

  • registered and cancelled business names
  • the entity behind the name
  • how the entity can be contacted.

Before working with other businesses, it can help to check they are a legitimate and registered business. Information found on the business names register is generally available for free, though some information is only available by purchasing an extract.

Renewing a business name

ASIC will notify you – usually within 28 days to two months of your renewal due date.

You can renew your registration through ASIC Connect. Renewal notices will be sent by mail to the address for service of documents for your business. You can check your business name details by searching ASIC Connect to see what address is recorded.

If you don’t renew your business name registration on time there are no late fees; however the registration of the business name will be cancelled if the renewal fee is not paid by the due date on the invoice. No extensions will be granted.

If you don’t want to renew your business name, you don’t need to do anything when you receive your renewal notice. The business name will be cancelled after the renewal date if no action has been taken to renew the name. You can also cancel your business name at any time.

Business names certificate of registration

Did you know that you no longer need to display your certificate of registration for your business name?

In 2012 legislation was introduced that removed the need for businesses to display a certificate of registration.

However, if your business is prominently open to the public, such as a caf , you’ll still need to display your business name somewhere.

Questions?

For questions about registering, renewing, updating, and cancelling business names in Australia, visit the ASIC website or call 1300 300 630.

Related information

  • Check out ASIC’s suite of videos about registering, renewing and transferring your business name.
  • To ensure you have exclusive use of your name now and in the future throughout Australia, apply for a trade mark .
  • To use your business name as part of your web address, take a look at our Register your domain page.
  • Read through our Starting a business topic to help you get started.
  • Learn more about the four Business structures you can choose when starting your business to understand the obligations for each.
  • Understand the differences between a sole trader and a company structure .
  • Register your company if you’re planning to operate under a company structure.

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Before registering as a company

Find out more about setting up and running a company. before you decide to register as a company. A company has different legal, financial and record keeping responsibilities compared to other business structures.

Understand directors’ responsibilities and personal liability

Read the Sole trader to a company section for more information on directors’ responsibilities, your potential personal liability and company tax obligations. These obligations affect your legal requirements when running a company. Read How to start a company on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) website to understand the requirements before deciding to register a company.

How to choose and register a company name

When you register as a company you can choose to register a company name, although a company name is not compulsory . The name of your company can be its Australian Company Number (ACN), the unique number automatically given to a company by ASIC when it s registered. You can select to use the ACN as your company name when you complete your application through ASIC and you won t have to nominate a name.

If you decide to use a company name it must show the legal status of the company. A proprietary company must include the word ‘Proprietary’ or the abbreviation ‘Pty’ in its name. It must also show the liability of its members, unless the members’ liability is unlimited. For example:

  • If the liability of the company’s members is limited to the amount unpaid on their shares, the company name must end with the word ‘Proprietary Limited’.
  • If the liability of the members is unlimited, the company name will only end with the words ‘Proprietary’.

Restrictions on company names

You can only choose a company name not already registered to a company or business. Special approval is also required to use certain words in your company name. Check out ASIC s Restricted words in company/body corporate names page to learn more.

If your company carries on business in a name different to your registered company name, then you must register the business name .

Your business name does not protect your intellectual property or brand. Understand the differences between a business name and a trade mark before deciding whether to register a trade mark.

What’s an Australian Company Number (ACN)?

An ACN is a unique nine-digit number that every company in Australia has.

ACNs are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

Do I need an ACN?

If your business is a company, then you’ll need an ACN. By law, an ACN must be shown on a number of documents, including:

  • accounting statements, such as invoices
  • any documents you lodge with ASIC
  • receipts (if they’re not machine generated, e.g. from a cash register)
  • orders for goods and services
  • business letterheads
  • official company notices
  • cheque. or any documents that represent a legal amount of payment
  • written ads making a specific offer that can be accepted (such as by completing an order form).

If your company also registers for an ABN, then your ACN will form part of your ABN. In these cases, you won’t need to display your ACN if your documents already display your ABN and company name.

For reasons why you may like to register an ABN for your company, check out our article on Australian Business Number (ABN) .

How do I register for an ACN?

You are automatically given an ACN when you register a company with ASIC.

What to do.

  • Find out how to register a company and company name at ASIC’s How to start a company page.
  • Search ASIC Connect to see if your proposed name already exists.
  • Use IP Australia’s Trade Mark Databases to ensure your proposed company name isn’t already being used as a trade mark.
  • To register your company name, complete and lodge Form 201 – application for registration as a company. together with the prescribed fee. You can lodge it in person at any ASIC Service Centre or by mail to: ASIC, PO Box 4000, Gippsland Mail Centre, VIC 3841.

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Last Updated: 11 August 2016

A business name, also known as a trading name, is simply a name or title under which a person, or other legal entity, trades.

Your business name not only identifies you to your customers, but also allows you to differentiate yourself from your competitors and enables your customers to make an emotional connection to your business and brand. For many businesses, the name is often the most valuable asset.

If you register a business name, it will be connected to your Australian Business Number (ABN).

If you haven’t decided on a business name yet, read our How do I choose a business name? page for some tips.

When you must register

When setting up your business, if you choose to operate as a sole trader, partnership or a trust, and not as a company, then you will have to register your business name with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

If your business name is your, or your partner’s, first name and surname, then there is no need to register.

  • Sally Miller has a jewellery business named ‘Sally Miller’. As her business is trading under her own name, she does not need to register for a business name.
  • Jodie Hart has a floral business named ‘Hart Flowers’. As her business is not trading under her own name, she will need to register the business name ‘Hart Flowers’.

If you’re trading as a company, you’ll need to register a company name when you register your company.

How do I register for a business name?

All business name registrations are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). You can Register a business name through the ASIC website.

You will need to have an Australian Business Number (ABN), or be in the process of applying for an ABN and not have been refused. ABN registrations are free, and you can have multiple business names linked to your ABN.

Once you have an Australian Business Number (ABN), you can register a business name online. You can do this through the ABN application or through ASIC Connect.

To register for a business name:

  1. Decide on a name that’s right for your business.
  2. See if the business name you want is available through the check name availability search on the ASIC website.
  3. Register for your business name online.

The National Business Names Registration System replaces previous state and territory registers. You now only need to register for a business name with ASIC once, and it’s registered nationally

You can’t register a business name that is identical or too similar to a business name registered to another Australian business or company. However, a business name does not give you legal rights to that name. This means that if someone else uses your business name for their business, you don’t have any rights to stop them.

Cost of registering

The fees to register your business name with ASIC include:

Find out more about the business name payments and fees for registering or renewing a business name, and how to pay your fees on the ASIC website.

How long does registration take?

A business name registration application should take you around 15 -20 minutes to complete online. If you have an ABN, have provided all the required documents, and paid the fee, you should get confirmation in:

  • two business days for payment by credit card
  • up to five business days for payment made by BPay, EFT or Bank Transfer.

ASIC will notify you two months before your business name is due for renewal.

Previous state or territory registrations

Registration of your business name applies nationally, so you do not need to register across different states and territories.

If you previously registered your business name in more than one state or territory, all your business names have been transferred to ASIC’s national business names register. Any of these names can be used to carry on business nationally. You may choose to keep one business name record (e.g. the one with the latest registration expiry) and allow your remaining business names to lapse by not paying the renewal fee.

If your business had an identical name as another business operating in another state or territory, ASIC will provide additional information on the public register to differentiate affected businesses. This may be the state or territory your business name was first registered in. This identifier doesn’t form part of your business name, but is used to allow people to distinguish between identical business names on the public register.

Multiple business names

If you have multiple different business names, or also have a registered company, you are now able to align the renewal dates for those registrations. If you have multiple principal places of business across Australia, ASIC will notify you of which address it intends to use as the principal place of business for sending documents. You may nominate an alternative address for service through ASIC .

Searching the business name register

Whether you need to find out when your business name is due for renewal or check a name’s availability when starting your business, you can perform a quick, online search using the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) business names register.

The register can provide information on:

  • registered and cancelled business names
  • the entity behind the name
  • how the entity can be contacted.

Before working with other businesses, it can help to check they are a legitimate and registered business. Information found on the business names register is generally available for free, though some information is only available by purchasing an extract.

Renewing a business name

ASIC will notify you – usually within 28 days to two months of your renewal due date.

You can renew your registration through ASIC Connect. Renewal notices will be sent by mail to the address for service of documents for your business. You can check your business name details by searching ASIC Connect to see what address is recorded.

If you don’t renew your business name registration on time there are no late fees; however the registration of the business name will be cancelled if the renewal fee is not paid by the due date on the invoice. No extensions will be granted.

If you don’t want to renew your business name, you don’t need to do anything when you receive your renewal notice. The business name will be cancelled after the renewal date if no action has been taken to renew the name. You can also cancel your business name at any time.

Business names certificate of registration

Did you know that you no longer need to display your certificate of registration for your business name?

In 2012 legislation was introduced that removed the need for businesses to display a certificate of registration.

However, if your business is prominently open to the public, such as a caf , you’ll still need to display your business name somewhere.

Questions?

For questions about registering, renewing, updating, and cancelling business names in Australia, visit the ASIC website or call 1300 300 630.

Related information

  • Check out ASIC’s suite of videos about registering, renewing and transferring your business name.
  • To ensure you have exclusive use of your name now and in the future throughout Australia, apply for a trade mark .
  • To use your business name as part of your web address, take a look at our Register your domain page.
  • Read through our Starting a business topic to help you get started.
  • Learn more about the four Business structures you can choose when starting your business to understand the obligations for each.
  • Understand the differences between a sole trader and a company structure .
  • Register your company if you’re planning to operate under a company structure.

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You can register a business name online through ASIC Connect.

How to register a business name

To register your business name:

  1. Go to ASIC Connect and log in to your account.
    If you don’t have an ASIC Connect account, find out the steps to register.
    If you’re logging in for the first time, make sure you say ‘no’, you don’t have a current business. You don’t need an ASIC key to register.
  2. Select the Licences and Registrations tab at the top of the ASIC Connect page.
  3. Select you would like to register a business name from the drop-down box.
  4. Read the information and tick the boxes. Select Get started.
  5. Select the relevant ABN option, enter your ABN and select Next. You must enter your ABN without spaces.
  6. Enter the proposed business name exactly as you would like it to appear on our register. Business names are case sensitive.
  7. Select the registration period.
  8. Enter the proposed business name holder details .
  9. Enter the addresses of the proposed business name.
  10. Confirm the eligibility to hold the proposed business name.
  11. Review your application. Make sure your business name is spelt correctly.
  12. Complete your declarations .
  13. Make your payment.
    If you don’t pay within 10 days, your application will be cancelled and you will need to reapply.
  14. Confirmation .

Ready to register?

Video tutorials

You can watch our video tutorial to learn more about registering a business name for the first time using ASIC Connect.

You can also watch our video tutorial on how to register a business name using ASIC Connect.

What to do if you have not received your record of registration or invoice

Once your business name is registered you will receive a record of registration.

If you choose to pay for your business name registration via invoice, we will email it to you within 48 hours. You must pay within 10 business days.

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In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

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Last Updated: 11 August 2016

A business name, also known as a trading name, is simply a name or title under which a person, or other legal entity, trades.

Your business name not only identifies you to your customers, but also allows you to differentiate yourself from your competitors and enables your customers to make an emotional connection to your business and brand. For many businesses, the name is often the most valuable asset.

If you register a business name, it will be connected to your Australian Business Number (ABN).

If you haven’t decided on a business name yet, read our How do I choose a business name? page for some tips.

When you must register

When setting up your business, if you choose to operate as a sole trader, partnership or a trust, and not as a company, then you will have to register your business name with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

If your business name is your, or your partner’s, first name and surname, then there is no need to register.

  • Sally Miller has a jewellery business named ‘Sally Miller’. As her business is trading under her own name, she does not need to register for a business name.
  • Jodie Hart has a floral business named ‘Hart Flowers’. As her business is not trading under her own name, she will need to register the business name ‘Hart Flowers’.

If you’re trading as a company, you’ll need to register a company name when you register your company.

How do I register for a business name?

All business name registrations are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). You can Register a business name through the ASIC website.

You will need to have an Australian Business Number (ABN), or be in the process of applying for an ABN and not have been refused. ABN registrations are free, and you can have multiple business names linked to your ABN.

Once you have an Australian Business Number (ABN), you can register a business name online. You can do this through the ABN application or through ASIC Connect.

To register for a business name:

  1. Decide on a name that’s right for your business.
  2. See if the business name you want is available through the check name availability search on the ASIC website.
  3. Register for your business name online.

The National Business Names Registration System replaces previous state and territory registers. You now only need to register for a business name with ASIC once, and it’s registered nationally

You can’t register a business name that is identical or too similar to a business name registered to another Australian business or company. However, a business name does not give you legal rights to that name. This means that if someone else uses your business name for their business, you don’t have any rights to stop them.

Cost of registering

The fees to register your business name with ASIC include:

Find out more about the business name payments and fees for registering or renewing a business name, and how to pay your fees on the ASIC website.

How long does registration take?

A business name registration application should take you around 15 -20 minutes to complete online. If you have an ABN, have provided all the required documents, and paid the fee, you should get confirmation in:

  • two business days for payment by credit card
  • up to five business days for payment made by BPay, EFT or Bank Transfer.

ASIC will notify you two months before your business name is due for renewal.

Previous state or territory registrations

Registration of your business name applies nationally, so you do not need to register across different states and territories.

If you previously registered your business name in more than one state or territory, all your business names have been transferred to ASIC’s national business names register. Any of these names can be used to carry on business nationally. You may choose to keep one business name record (e.g. the one with the latest registration expiry) and allow your remaining business names to lapse by not paying the renewal fee.

If your business had an identical name as another business operating in another state or territory, ASIC will provide additional information on the public register to differentiate affected businesses. This may be the state or territory your business name was first registered in. This identifier doesn’t form part of your business name, but is used to allow people to distinguish between identical business names on the public register.

Multiple business names

If you have multiple different business names, or also have a registered company, you are now able to align the renewal dates for those registrations. If you have multiple principal places of business across Australia, ASIC will notify you of which address it intends to use as the principal place of business for sending documents. You may nominate an alternative address for service through ASIC .

Searching the business name register

Whether you need to find out when your business name is due for renewal or check a name’s availability when starting your business, you can perform a quick, online search using the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) business names register.

The register can provide information on:

  • registered and cancelled business names
  • the entity behind the name
  • how the entity can be contacted.

Before working with other businesses, it can help to check they are a legitimate and registered business. Information found on the business names register is generally available for free, though some information is only available by purchasing an extract.

Renewing a business name

ASIC will notify you – usually within 28 days to two months of your renewal due date.

You can renew your registration through ASIC Connect. Renewal notices will be sent by mail to the address for service of documents for your business. You can check your business name details by searching ASIC Connect to see what address is recorded.

If you don’t renew your business name registration on time there are no late fees; however the registration of the business name will be cancelled if the renewal fee is not paid by the due date on the invoice. No extensions will be granted.

If you don’t want to renew your business name, you don’t need to do anything when you receive your renewal notice. The business name will be cancelled after the renewal date if no action has been taken to renew the name. You can also cancel your business name at any time.

Business names certificate of registration

Did you know that you no longer need to display your certificate of registration for your business name?

In 2012 legislation was introduced that removed the need for businesses to display a certificate of registration.

However, if your business is prominently open to the public, such as a caf , you’ll still need to display your business name somewhere.

Questions?

For questions about registering, renewing, updating, and cancelling business names in Australia, visit the ASIC website or call 1300 300 630.

Related information

  • Check out ASIC’s suite of videos about registering, renewing and transferring your business name.
  • To ensure you have exclusive use of your name now and in the future throughout Australia, apply for a trade mark .
  • To use your business name as part of your web address, take a look at our Register your domain page.
  • Read through our Starting a business topic to help you get started.
  • Learn more about the four Business structures you can choose when starting your business to understand the obligations for each.
  • Understand the differences between a sole trader and a company structure .
  • Register your company if you’re planning to operate under a company structure.

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CCV offers associate degree programs leading to Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.) and Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.). We also offer certificates . Our degree and certificate programs provide the knowledge you need for employment or further study at the bachelor s level.

Whatever your interests and goals, we ll have a program to match it you choose the path.

You don t have to enroll in a degree program to join CCV s learning community. As a Continuing Education student at CCV, you can choose from hundreds of courses offered in your local CCV community and online to sharpen your skills or explore subjects of interest.

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DBA stands for doing business as and is an official and public registration of a business name. DBAs are also known as Fictitious Names, Fictitious Business Names, Assumed Names, and Trade Names. Essentially, a DBA is the name of a business other than the owner’s name or, in the case of a corporation, a name that is different from the legal or true corporate name as on file with the Secretary of State. If you are conducting business under any name other than your own name or your company’s legal name, you must register the fictitious name with your state and/or county.

DBA registration is necessary if your company conducts any business under a name other than your own name (for sole proprietors) or its legal name (for state-level entities such as corporations and LLCs). “Conducting business” can include marketing, advertising, letterhead, business cards, etc. in addition to actual business transactions. Also, banks generally require a DBA registration in order to open a business bank account. DBA registration is required if you anticipate collecting money under a name other than your own name or your true corporate name.

Another common reason to register a DBA is when your state-level entity (such as a corporation or limited liability company) has a division or unit that conducts business using a variation of or a completely different name than the true name. For example, a bank whose true name is “ABC Bank Inc.” might market their mortgage services on a website called “abcmortgages.com” and might have a separate division for their loan services called “XYZ Lenders,” in which case they would most likely file DBAs for both “abcmortgages.com” and : XYZ Lenders in all jurisdictions in which these names are used.

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Registering your Company

In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

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DBA stands for doing business as and is an official and public registration of a business name. DBAs are also known as Fictitious Names, Fictitious Business Names, Assumed Names, and Trade Names. Essentially, a DBA is the name of a business other than the owner’s name or, in the case of a corporation, a name that is different from the legal or true corporate name as on file with the Secretary of State. If you are conducting business under any name other than your own name or your company’s legal name, you must register the fictitious name with your state and/or county.

DBA registration is necessary if your company conducts any business under a name other than your own name (for sole proprietors) or its legal name (for state-level entities such as corporations and LLCs). “Conducting business” can include marketing, advertising, letterhead, business cards, etc. in addition to actual business transactions. Also, banks generally require a DBA registration in order to open a business bank account. DBA registration is required if you anticipate collecting money under a name other than your own name or your true corporate name.

Another common reason to register a DBA is when your state-level entity (such as a corporation or limited liability company) has a division or unit that conducts business using a variation of or a completely different name than the true name. For example, a bank whose true name is “ABC Bank Inc.” might market their mortgage services on a website called “abcmortgages.com” and might have a separate division for their loan services called “XYZ Lenders,” in which case they would most likely file DBAs for both “abcmortgages.com” and : XYZ Lenders in all jurisdictions in which these names are used.

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Steps to register your business name

You can register a business name online through ASIC Connect.

How to register a business name

To register your business name:

  1. Go to ASIC Connect and log in to your account.
    If you don’t have an ASIC Connect account, find out the steps to register.
    If you’re logging in for the first time, make sure you say ‘no’, you don’t have a current business. You don’t need an ASIC key to register.
  2. Select the Licences and Registrations tab at the top of the ASIC Connect page.
  3. Select you would like to register a business name from the drop-down box.
  4. Read the information and tick the boxes. Select Get started.
  5. Select the relevant ABN option, enter your ABN and select Next. You must enter your ABN without spaces.
  6. Enter the proposed business name exactly as you would like it to appear on our register. Business names are case sensitive.
  7. Select the registration period.
  8. Enter the proposed business name holder details .
  9. Enter the addresses of the proposed business name.
  10. Confirm the eligibility to hold the proposed business name.
  11. Review your application. Make sure your business name is spelt correctly.
  12. Complete your declarations .
  13. Make your payment.
    If you don’t pay within 10 days, your application will be cancelled and you will need to reapply.
  14. Confirmation .

Ready to register?

Video tutorials

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You can also watch our video tutorial on how to register a business name using ASIC Connect.

What to do if you have not received your record of registration or invoice

Once your business name is registered you will receive a record of registration.

If you choose to pay for your business name registration via invoice, we will email it to you within 48 hours. You must pay within 10 business days.

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Naming your business is an important branding exercise, but if you choose to name your business as anything other than your own personal name then you’ll need to register it with the appropriate authorities.

This process is known as registering your “Doing Business As” (DBA) name.

What is a “Doing Business As” Name?

A fictitious name (or assumed name, trade name or DBA name) is a business name that is different from your personal name, the names of your partners or the officially registered name of your LLC or corporation.

It’s important to note that when you form a business, the legal name of the business defaults to the name of the person or entity that owns the business, unless you choose to rename it and register it as a DBA name.

For example, consider this scenario: John Smith sets up a painting business. Rather than operate under his own name, John instead chooses to name his business: “John Smith Painting”. This name is considered an assumed name and John will need to register it with the appropriate local government agency.

The legal name of your business is required on all government forms and applications, including your application for employer tax IDs, licenses and permits.

Do I Need a “Doing Business As” Name?

A DBA is needed in the following scenarios:

  • Sole Proprietors or Partnerships – If you wish to start a business under anything other than your real name, you’ll need to register a DBA so that you can do business as another name.
  • Existing Corporations or LLCs – If your business is already set up and you want to do business under a name other than your existing corporation or LLC name, you will need to register a DBA.

Note . Not all states require the registering of fictitious business names or DBAs.

How to Register your “Doing Business As” Name

Registering your DBA is done either with your county clerk’s office or with your state government, depending on where your business is located. There are a few states that do not require the registering of fictitious business names.





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How to Register a Domain Name for Your Website

Welcome to the first step of creating your website!

A domain name is the address people type in to access your site.

It can end in .com. net, or some other extension. You just have to check and make sure the name you want is available.

Domains are paid for yearly and most registrars will give you a discount if you reserve the name for multiple years upfront .

Tips on Choosing The Best Domain

Before you rush off to grab a domain, watch the video below so you can discover how to get the best name.

  • Why you should choose a .com extension for your main site
  • Why length matters
  • Why keywords won t necessarily help you get found in the search engines

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If you register your domain at Website Palace. you ll get access to a free WordPress guide and video that I created to help you learn WordPress the free CMS that I recommend you use to build your website.

So if you re a person that prefers to learn with a guide or video, you won t get that kind of help at other registrars.

You ll Get Free Domain Forwarding

Domain name forwarding will let you redirect one website to another.

Let s say you register the .net and .com version of a domain, but you create the actual site on the .com domain. You can redirect the .net version to the .com site automatically.

This service comes free with all domains registered at Website Palace.

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Rest assured it s just a re-branded reseller site for the #1 domain registrar. Same company. Same products.

I pay yearly to market their services in exchange for a commission when you sign up. So I promote them through my re-branded website because of the financial arrangement.

You re getting the same, top-notch support that you would get if you registered directly with the parent company.

I also use them for a few sites, so it s not like I m sending you to a website I do not use myself. I ve also been reselling for over 10 years and have nearly 75,000 customers hosted there.

I appreciate your support if you do choose to start your site here, and I offer the free video to encourage people to sign up from my site. You won t get that video anywhere else.

Ready to sign up? Go to http://www.WebsitePalace.com and enter the name you wish you to register to see if it s available.

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Business name registration

Last Updated: 11 August 2016

A business name, also known as a trading name, is simply a name or title under which a person, or other legal entity, trades.

Your business name not only identifies you to your customers, but also allows you to differentiate yourself from your competitors and enables your customers to make an emotional connection to your business and brand. For many businesses, the name is often the most valuable asset.

If you register a business name, it will be connected to your Australian Business Number (ABN).

If you haven’t decided on a business name yet, read our How do I choose a business name? page for some tips.

When you must register

When setting up your business, if you choose to operate as a sole trader, partnership or a trust, and not as a company, then you will have to register your business name with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

If your business name is your, or your partner’s, first name and surname, then there is no need to register.

  • Sally Miller has a jewellery business named ‘Sally Miller’. As her business is trading under her own name, she does not need to register for a business name.
  • Jodie Hart has a floral business named ‘Hart Flowers’. As her business is not trading under her own name, she will need to register the business name ‘Hart Flowers’.

If you’re trading as a company, you’ll need to register a company name when you register your company.

How do I register for a business name?

All business name registrations are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). You can Register a business name through the ASIC website.

You will need to have an Australian Business Number (ABN), or be in the process of applying for an ABN and not have been refused. ABN registrations are free, and you can have multiple business names linked to your ABN.

Once you have an Australian Business Number (ABN), you can register a business name online. You can do this through the ABN application or through ASIC Connect.

To register for a business name:

  1. Decide on a name that’s right for your business.
  2. See if the business name you want is available through the check name availability search on the ASIC website.
  3. Register for your business name online.

The National Business Names Registration System replaces previous state and territory registers. You now only need to register for a business name with ASIC once, and it’s registered nationally

You can’t register a business name that is identical or too similar to a business name registered to another Australian business or company. However, a business name does not give you legal rights to that name. This means that if someone else uses your business name for their business, you don’t have any rights to stop them.

Cost of registering

The fees to register your business name with ASIC include:

Find out more about the business name payments and fees for registering or renewing a business name, and how to pay your fees on the ASIC website.

How long does registration take?

A business name registration application should take you around 15 -20 minutes to complete online. If you have an ABN, have provided all the required documents, and paid the fee, you should get confirmation in:

  • two business days for payment by credit card
  • up to five business days for payment made by BPay, EFT or Bank Transfer.

ASIC will notify you two months before your business name is due for renewal.

Previous state or territory registrations

Registration of your business name applies nationally, so you do not need to register across different states and territories.

If you previously registered your business name in more than one state or territory, all your business names have been transferred to ASIC’s national business names register. Any of these names can be used to carry on business nationally. You may choose to keep one business name record (e.g. the one with the latest registration expiry) and allow your remaining business names to lapse by not paying the renewal fee.

If your business had an identical name as another business operating in another state or territory, ASIC will provide additional information on the public register to differentiate affected businesses. This may be the state or territory your business name was first registered in. This identifier doesn’t form part of your business name, but is used to allow people to distinguish between identical business names on the public register.

Multiple business names

If you have multiple different business names, or also have a registered company, you are now able to align the renewal dates for those registrations. If you have multiple principal places of business across Australia, ASIC will notify you of which address it intends to use as the principal place of business for sending documents. You may nominate an alternative address for service through ASIC .

Searching the business name register

Whether you need to find out when your business name is due for renewal or check a name’s availability when starting your business, you can perform a quick, online search using the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) business names register.

The register can provide information on:

  • registered and cancelled business names
  • the entity behind the name
  • how the entity can be contacted.

Before working with other businesses, it can help to check they are a legitimate and registered business. Information found on the business names register is generally available for free, though some information is only available by purchasing an extract.

Renewing a business name

ASIC will notify you – usually within 28 days to two months of your renewal due date.

You can renew your registration through ASIC Connect. Renewal notices will be sent by mail to the address for service of documents for your business. You can check your business name details by searching ASIC Connect to see what address is recorded.

If you don’t renew your business name registration on time there are no late fees; however the registration of the business name will be cancelled if the renewal fee is not paid by the due date on the invoice. No extensions will be granted.

If you don’t want to renew your business name, you don’t need to do anything when you receive your renewal notice. The business name will be cancelled after the renewal date if no action has been taken to renew the name. You can also cancel your business name at any time.

Business names certificate of registration

Did you know that you no longer need to display your certificate of registration for your business name?

In 2012 legislation was introduced that removed the need for businesses to display a certificate of registration.

However, if your business is prominently open to the public, such as a caf , you’ll still need to display your business name somewhere.

Questions?

For questions about registering, renewing, updating, and cancelling business names in Australia, visit the ASIC website or call 1300 300 630.

Related information

  • Check out ASIC’s suite of videos about registering, renewing and transferring your business name.
  • To ensure you have exclusive use of your name now and in the future throughout Australia, apply for a trade mark .
  • To use your business name as part of your web address, take a look at our Register your domain page.
  • Read through our Starting a business topic to help you get started.
  • Learn more about the four Business structures you can choose when starting your business to understand the obligations for each.
  • Understand the differences between a sole trader and a company structure .
  • Register your company if you’re planning to operate under a company structure.

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Registering your Company

In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

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    Register your company

    Last Updated: 22 August 2016

    Before registering as a company

    Find out more about setting up and running a company. before you decide to register as a company. A company has different legal, financial and record keeping responsibilities compared to other business structures.

    Understand directors’ responsibilities and personal liability

    Read the Sole trader to a company section for more information on directors’ responsibilities, your potential personal liability and company tax obligations. These obligations affect your legal requirements when running a company. Read How to start a company on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) website to understand the requirements before deciding to register a company.

    How to choose and register a company name

    When you register as a company you can choose to register a company name, although a company name is not compulsory . The name of your company can be its Australian Company Number (ACN), the unique number automatically given to a company by ASIC when it s registered. You can select to use the ACN as your company name when you complete your application through ASIC and you won t have to nominate a name.

    If you decide to use a company name it must show the legal status of the company. A proprietary company must include the word ‘Proprietary’ or the abbreviation ‘Pty’ in its name. It must also show the liability of its members, unless the members’ liability is unlimited. For example:

    • If the liability of the company’s members is limited to the amount unpaid on their shares, the company name must end with the word ‘Proprietary Limited’.
    • If the liability of the members is unlimited, the company name will only end with the words ‘Proprietary’.

    Restrictions on company names

    You can only choose a company name not already registered to a company or business. Special approval is also required to use certain words in your company name. Check out ASIC s Restricted words in company/body corporate names page to learn more.

    If your company carries on business in a name different to your registered company name, then you must register the business name .

    Your business name does not protect your intellectual property or brand. Understand the differences between a business name and a trade mark before deciding whether to register a trade mark.

    What’s an Australian Company Number (ACN)?

    An ACN is a unique nine-digit number that every company in Australia has.

    ACNs are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

    Do I need an ACN?

    If your business is a company, then you’ll need an ACN. By law, an ACN must be shown on a number of documents, including:

    • accounting statements, such as invoices
    • any documents you lodge with ASIC
    • receipts (if they’re not machine generated, e.g. from a cash register)
    • orders for goods and services
    • business letterheads
    • official company notices
    • cheque. or any documents that represent a legal amount of payment
    • written ads making a specific offer that can be accepted (such as by completing an order form).

    If your company also registers for an ABN, then your ACN will form part of your ABN. In these cases, you won’t need to display your ACN if your documents already display your ABN and company name.

    For reasons why you may like to register an ABN for your company, check out our article on Australian Business Number (ABN) .

    How do I register for an ACN?

    You are automatically given an ACN when you register a company with ASIC.

    What to do.

    • Find out how to register a company and company name at ASIC’s How to start a company page.
    • Search ASIC Connect to see if your proposed name already exists.
    • Use IP Australia’s Trade Mark Databases to ensure your proposed company name isn’t already being used as a trade mark.
    • To register your company name, complete and lodge Form 201 – application for registration as a company. together with the prescribed fee. You can lodge it in person at any ASIC Service Centre or by mail to: ASIC, PO Box 4000, Gippsland Mail Centre, VIC 3841.

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    DBA stands for doing business as and is an official and public registration of a business name. DBAs are also known as Fictitious Names, Fictitious Business Names, Assumed Names, and Trade Names. Essentially, a DBA is the name of a business other than the owner’s name or, in the case of a corporation, a name that is different from the legal or true corporate name as on file with the Secretary of State. If you are conducting business under any name other than your own name or your company’s legal name, you must register the fictitious name with your state and/or county.

    DBA registration is necessary if your company conducts any business under a name other than your own name (for sole proprietors) or its legal name (for state-level entities such as corporations and LLCs). “Conducting business” can include marketing, advertising, letterhead, business cards, etc. in addition to actual business transactions. Also, banks generally require a DBA registration in order to open a business bank account. DBA registration is required if you anticipate collecting money under a name other than your own name or your true corporate name.

    Another common reason to register a DBA is when your state-level entity (such as a corporation or limited liability company) has a division or unit that conducts business using a variation of or a completely different name than the true name. For example, a bank whose true name is “ABC Bank Inc.” might market their mortgage services on a website called “abcmortgages.com” and might have a separate division for their loan services called “XYZ Lenders,” in which case they would most likely file DBAs for both “abcmortgages.com” and : XYZ Lenders in all jurisdictions in which these names are used.

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    Naming your business is an important branding exercise, but if you choose to name your business as anything other than your own personal name then you’ll need to register it with the appropriate authorities.

    This process is known as registering your “Doing Business As” (DBA) name.

    What is a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A fictitious name (or assumed name, trade name or DBA name) is a business name that is different from your personal name, the names of your partners or the officially registered name of your LLC or corporation.

    It’s important to note that when you form a business, the legal name of the business defaults to the name of the person or entity that owns the business, unless you choose to rename it and register it as a DBA name.

    For example, consider this scenario: John Smith sets up a painting business. Rather than operate under his own name, John instead chooses to name his business: “John Smith Painting”. This name is considered an assumed name and John will need to register it with the appropriate local government agency.

    The legal name of your business is required on all government forms and applications, including your application for employer tax IDs, licenses and permits.

    Do I Need a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A DBA is needed in the following scenarios:

    • Sole Proprietors or Partnerships – If you wish to start a business under anything other than your real name, you’ll need to register a DBA so that you can do business as another name.
    • Existing Corporations or LLCs – If your business is already set up and you want to do business under a name other than your existing corporation or LLC name, you will need to register a DBA.

    Note . Not all states require the registering of fictitious business names or DBAs.

    How to Register your “Doing Business As” Name

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    e-Business Register

    The e-Business Register is one of the first services of the Estonian Centre of Registers and Information Systems, being the basis for developing the Company Registration Portal and the Visualised Business Register.
    The e-Business Register is a service based on the database of the registry departments of county courts and displaying the real-time data of all legal persons registered in Estonia. You can view the data related to you free-of-charge by logging in with your ID-card.

    Quick links

    The e-Business Registry allows:

    • FREE-OF-CHARGE reviewing of a company’s B-card data, general data and tax arrears data.
    • Making queries by name, Business Registry code, location, field of activities, etc.
    • Viewing annual reports, statutes, personal and commercial pledge data, etc.
    • Real-time monitoring of processing data and record amendments of companies.
    • FREE-OF-CHARGE verifying of business and entrepreneurship prohibitions of Estonian persons.
    • Visualise relations between various companies and persons.

    NEW service – VISUALISED BUSINESS REGISTER
    Contractual customers can visualize all data of the e-Business Register. Visualization shows the relations between legal persons as an image.

    • Current and former relations between companies.
    • Persons in records, persons outside records and owners.
    • Direct link to the European Business Register, e-Land Register and Official Announcements.

    In order to use the Visualised Business Register, a subscription agreement has to be entered into. Existing customers can use the service after logging into the e-Business Register by selecting “Visualize” from the menu.
    In addition to the subscription fee of 9.58 €, the use of Visualised Business Register requires fees in three cases: upon starting a visualisation, upon opening a link on the information map, and upon visualising a new relation. The fee amount is 2 € per opening of each new relation. The prices are supplemented by value-added tax.





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    Naming your business is an important branding exercise, but if you choose to name your business as anything other than your own personal name then you’ll need to register it with the appropriate authorities.

    This process is known as registering your “Doing Business As” (DBA) name.

    What is a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A fictitious name (or assumed name, trade name or DBA name) is a business name that is different from your personal name, the names of your partners or the officially registered name of your LLC or corporation.

    It’s important to note that when you form a business, the legal name of the business defaults to the name of the person or entity that owns the business, unless you choose to rename it and register it as a DBA name.

    For example, consider this scenario: John Smith sets up a painting business. Rather than operate under his own name, John instead chooses to name his business: “John Smith Painting”. This name is considered an assumed name and John will need to register it with the appropriate local government agency.

    The legal name of your business is required on all government forms and applications, including your application for employer tax IDs, licenses and permits.

    Do I Need a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A DBA is needed in the following scenarios:

    • Sole Proprietors or Partnerships – If you wish to start a business under anything other than your real name, you’ll need to register a DBA so that you can do business as another name.
    • Existing Corporations or LLCs – If your business is already set up and you want to do business under a name other than your existing corporation or LLC name, you will need to register a DBA.

    Note . Not all states require the registering of fictitious business names or DBAs.

    How to Register your “Doing Business As” Name

    Registering your DBA is done either with your county clerk’s office or with your state government, depending on where your business is located. There are a few states that do not require the registering of fictitious business names.





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    Register your company

    Last Updated: 22 August 2016

    Before registering as a company

    Find out more about setting up and running a company. before you decide to register as a company. A company has different legal, financial and record keeping responsibilities compared to other business structures.

    Understand directors’ responsibilities and personal liability

    Read the Sole trader to a company section for more information on directors’ responsibilities, your potential personal liability and company tax obligations. These obligations affect your legal requirements when running a company. Read How to start a company on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) website to understand the requirements before deciding to register a company.

    How to choose and register a company name

    When you register as a company you can choose to register a company name, although a company name is not compulsory . The name of your company can be its Australian Company Number (ACN), the unique number automatically given to a company by ASIC when it s registered. You can select to use the ACN as your company name when you complete your application through ASIC and you won t have to nominate a name.

    If you decide to use a company name it must show the legal status of the company. A proprietary company must include the word ‘Proprietary’ or the abbreviation ‘Pty’ in its name. It must also show the liability of its members, unless the members’ liability is unlimited. For example:

    • If the liability of the company’s members is limited to the amount unpaid on their shares, the company name must end with the word ‘Proprietary Limited’.
    • If the liability of the members is unlimited, the company name will only end with the words ‘Proprietary’.

    Restrictions on company names

    You can only choose a company name not already registered to a company or business. Special approval is also required to use certain words in your company name. Check out ASIC s Restricted words in company/body corporate names page to learn more.

    If your company carries on business in a name different to your registered company name, then you must register the business name .

    Your business name does not protect your intellectual property or brand. Understand the differences between a business name and a trade mark before deciding whether to register a trade mark.

    What’s an Australian Company Number (ACN)?

    An ACN is a unique nine-digit number that every company in Australia has.

    ACNs are managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

    Do I need an ACN?

    If your business is a company, then you’ll need an ACN. By law, an ACN must be shown on a number of documents, including:

    • accounting statements, such as invoices
    • any documents you lodge with ASIC
    • receipts (if they’re not machine generated, e.g. from a cash register)
    • orders for goods and services
    • business letterheads
    • official company notices
    • cheque. or any documents that represent a legal amount of payment
    • written ads making a specific offer that can be accepted (such as by completing an order form).

    If your company also registers for an ABN, then your ACN will form part of your ABN. In these cases, you won’t need to display your ACN if your documents already display your ABN and company name.

    For reasons why you may like to register an ABN for your company, check out our article on Australian Business Number (ABN) .

    How do I register for an ACN?

    You are automatically given an ACN when you register a company with ASIC.

    What to do.

    • Find out how to register a company and company name at ASIC’s How to start a company page.
    • Search ASIC Connect to see if your proposed name already exists.
    • Use IP Australia’s Trade Mark Databases to ensure your proposed company name isn’t already being used as a trade mark.
    • To register your company name, complete and lodge Form 201 – application for registration as a company. together with the prescribed fee. You can lodge it in person at any ASIC Service Centre or by mail to: ASIC, PO Box 4000, Gippsland Mail Centre, VIC 3841.

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    Steps to register your business name

    You can register a business name online through ASIC Connect.

    How to register a business name

    To register your business name:

    1. Go to ASIC Connect and log in to your account.
      If you don’t have an ASIC Connect account, find out the steps to register.
      If you’re logging in for the first time, make sure you say ‘no’, you don’t have a current business. You don’t need an ASIC key to register.
    2. Select the Licences and Registrations tab at the top of the ASIC Connect page.
    3. Select you would like to register a business name from the drop-down box.
    4. Read the information and tick the boxes. Select Get started.
    5. Select the relevant ABN option, enter your ABN and select Next. You must enter your ABN without spaces.
    6. Enter the proposed business name exactly as you would like it to appear on our register. Business names are case sensitive.
    7. Select the registration period.
    8. Enter the proposed business name holder details .
    9. Enter the addresses of the proposed business name.
    10. Confirm the eligibility to hold the proposed business name.
    11. Review your application. Make sure your business name is spelt correctly.
    12. Complete your declarations .
    13. Make your payment.
      If you don’t pay within 10 days, your application will be cancelled and you will need to reapply.
    14. Confirmation .

    Ready to register?

    Video tutorials

    You can watch our video tutorial to learn more about registering a business name for the first time using ASIC Connect.

    You can also watch our video tutorial on how to register a business name using ASIC Connect.

    What to do if you have not received your record of registration or invoice

    Once your business name is registered you will receive a record of registration.

    If you choose to pay for your business name registration via invoice, we will email it to you within 48 hours. You must pay within 10 business days.

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    e-Business Register

    The e-Business Register is one of the first services of the Estonian Centre of Registers and Information Systems, being the basis for developing the Company Registration Portal and the Visualised Business Register.
    The e-Business Register is a service based on the database of the registry departments of county courts and displaying the real-time data of all legal persons registered in Estonia. You can view the data related to you free-of-charge by logging in with your ID-card.

    Quick links

    The e-Business Registry allows:

    • FREE-OF-CHARGE reviewing of a company’s B-card data, general data and tax arrears data.
    • Making queries by name, Business Registry code, location, field of activities, etc.
    • Viewing annual reports, statutes, personal and commercial pledge data, etc.
    • Real-time monitoring of processing data and record amendments of companies.
    • FREE-OF-CHARGE verifying of business and entrepreneurship prohibitions of Estonian persons.
    • Visualise relations between various companies and persons.

    NEW service – VISUALISED BUSINESS REGISTER
    Contractual customers can visualize all data of the e-Business Register. Visualization shows the relations between legal persons as an image.

    • Current and former relations between companies.
    • Persons in records, persons outside records and owners.
    • Direct link to the European Business Register, e-Land Register and Official Announcements.

    In order to use the Visualised Business Register, a subscription agreement has to be entered into. Existing customers can use the service after logging into the e-Business Register by selecting “Visualize” from the menu.
    In addition to the subscription fee of 9.58 €, the use of Visualised Business Register requires fees in three cases: upon starting a visualisation, upon opening a link on the information map, and upon visualising a new relation. The fee amount is 2 € per opening of each new relation. The prices are supplemented by value-added tax.





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    Registering your Company

    In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

    Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

    If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

    There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

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    If you choose to name your business anything other than your own personal legal name or last name, or legal name of your business entity, you will need to register the name with the appropriate government office. This process is referred to as registering a DBA name. DBA (Doing Business As ) is commonly referred to as fictitious business name. assumed name or trade name. We simplify the process of registering a business name by completing and filing your DBA application. If required, we even perform a DBA name search. publish your DBA in a local newspaper and file proof of publication at no additional cost. Let LegalZoom help with your DBA filing. Just fill out a simple online questionnaire and we ll take care of the filing.

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    DBA stands for doing business as and is an official and public registration of a business name. DBAs are also known as Fictitious Names, Fictitious Business Names, Assumed Names, and Trade Names. Essentially, a DBA is the name of a business other than the owner’s name or, in the case of a corporation, a name that is different from the legal or true corporate name as on file with the Secretary of State. If you are conducting business under any name other than your own name or your company’s legal name, you must register the fictitious name with your state and/or county.

    DBA registration is necessary if your company conducts any business under a name other than your own name (for sole proprietors) or its legal name (for state-level entities such as corporations and LLCs). “Conducting business” can include marketing, advertising, letterhead, business cards, etc. in addition to actual business transactions. Also, banks generally require a DBA registration in order to open a business bank account. DBA registration is required if you anticipate collecting money under a name other than your own name or your true corporate name.

    Another common reason to register a DBA is when your state-level entity (such as a corporation or limited liability company) has a division or unit that conducts business using a variation of or a completely different name than the true name. For example, a bank whose true name is “ABC Bank Inc.” might market their mortgage services on a website called “abcmortgages.com” and might have a separate division for their loan services called “XYZ Lenders,” in which case they would most likely file DBAs for both “abcmortgages.com” and : XYZ Lenders in all jurisdictions in which these names are used.

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    Naming your business is an important branding exercise, but if you choose to name your business as anything other than your own personal name then you’ll need to register it with the appropriate authorities.

    This process is known as registering your “Doing Business As” (DBA) name.

    What is a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A fictitious name (or assumed name, trade name or DBA name) is a business name that is different from your personal name, the names of your partners or the officially registered name of your LLC or corporation.

    It’s important to note that when you form a business, the legal name of the business defaults to the name of the person or entity that owns the business, unless you choose to rename it and register it as a DBA name.

    For example, consider this scenario: John Smith sets up a painting business. Rather than operate under his own name, John instead chooses to name his business: “John Smith Painting”. This name is considered an assumed name and John will need to register it with the appropriate local government agency.

    The legal name of your business is required on all government forms and applications, including your application for employer tax IDs, licenses and permits.

    Do I Need a “Doing Business As” Name?

    A DBA is needed in the following scenarios:

    • Sole Proprietors or Partnerships – If you wish to start a business under anything other than your real name, you’ll need to register a DBA so that you can do business as another name.
    • Existing Corporations or LLCs – If your business is already set up and you want to do business under a name other than your existing corporation or LLC name, you will need to register a DBA.

    Note . Not all states require the registering of fictitious business names or DBAs.

    How to Register your “Doing Business As” Name

    Registering your DBA is done either with your county clerk’s office or with your state government, depending on where your business is located. There are a few states that do not require the registering of fictitious business names.





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    Companies and Intellectual Property Commission

    Registering your Company

    In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

    Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

    If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

    There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

    Defensive names

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    Companies and Intellectual Property Commission

    Registering your Company

    In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

    Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to Maintain a Business).

    If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members).

    There are five types of companies that you can register. If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company. If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company. A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives. An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company.

    Defensive names

    To view information on defensive names, click here .

    In this section