Answered on Oct 04th, 2018 at 8:24 AM
You can have more than one dba for an llc, but in your case I would not recommend it. LLC's are separate legal entities; dba's are just trade names, not separate entities. In other words, if you have 2 llc's and operate them correctly, they will each be independent entities and not responsible for each other's obligations. No matter how many dba's you use, however, if they are all used by the same llc, that llc is reponsible for all of its obligations, regardless of which name was used in incurring the obligation. It is one entity for tax purposes as well.