DBA, an acronym for Doing Business As, refers to a company or individual running a business under a name other than the legal name. A DBA can be likened to an “assumed name”, a “fictitious business name” or a “trade name”.
There are no limits to the number of DBAs or assumed names a business can use.
If your company needs a trade name that’s easier to market than its formal name, selecting a DBA is the way to go.
Auto dealer license
An auto dealer license allows you to become certified in your incorporated state to buy and sell cars. Anyone in the business of buying and selling cars needs to be licensed. Depending on the state in which your business operates, there are different requirements that have to be met before you can become a licensed auto dealer.
It certifies you as an authenticated car dealer which comes with numerous advantages. With that, you can become a certain company’s franchise, i.e. selling only their car models.
Corporation or Company's Dissolution
Dissolution of a corporation refers to the closing of a corporate entity ; dissolution is a process to bring about the end of an unwanted company. When a company has been dissolved, it will cease to exist as a legal entity. All trade will stop, the company’s name will be removed from the Companies House register, and it will have no further filing requirements.
The cost implication for corporation/company’s dissolution; The state of Colorado is $40, Wyoming is $70.