Doing Business as a Minnesota DBA
Any entity doing business as another name, whether incorporated or unincorporated, will file their Minnesota DBA with the Secretary of State’s office; there are no DBA county filings. A DBA in Minnesota is known as an Assumed Name.
How to File a Minnesota DBA
Since your Minnesota DBA will be filed in the same jurisdiction as incorporated entities in the state, it’s a good idea to do a name search at the state level.
The information below is required:
- Your assumed name
- The address of your principal place of business
- The name(s) and address(es) of the person(s) doing business as the assumed name
- The dated signature of one of those owners, along with the printed name of the signer
Other Types of Businesses in Minnesota
For information on other types of businesses in Minnesota, please explore the links below: