DBA Colorado

Colorado DBA

A “Doing Business As” name is referred to as a “Trade Name” by the state of Colorado. According to their Secretary of State, “an individual transacting business in the state of Colorado under a name other than the person’s true name is required to file a trade name.”

In Colorado you can file your DBA (aka trade name, assumed name or fictitious business name) yourself with your Secretary of State. Or, use a legal document service such as LegalZoom to handle the entire process for you.

LegalZoom charges $99.00 (plus state filing fees) for Colorado DBA’s. Click here to learn more about pricing.

What is a DBA?

DBA, an acronym for ‘doing business as’, is a business filing, usually conducted at the state level, which declares that an individual, company or organization is operating a business under a name other than his/her birth name. DBA’s are commonly referred to as a fictitious business names, assumed business and trade names. All these terms mean the same thing. … Read More

What is the difference between a fictitious business name and a DBA “doing business as” name? … Read More

If I have an LLC or corporation, am I required to file a DBA under that name as well? … Read More

If I am running a sole proprietorship under my personal name, do I need to file a DBA? … Read More