I want to form an LLC this year with the intent on doing work with my tractor, forestry work, tree farming, grounds maintenance, home repairs/renovations, and milling my own lumber. Our property consists of 25 acres of Balsam forest so I was thinking of naming the LLC "Balsam Works LLC". Do you think this is too cheesy? Most folks around here go with a naming formula of: Last name + work done + LLC (required) or Area the business is located instead of last name. A friend of mine formed an LLC locally a few years ago, but he has a laundromat and plans on buying others. He has the LLC and uses a DBA for the laundromat and plans on buying others. Would I be better served by calling it "last name" + enterprises + LLC and then come up with a DBA for tractor/outdoor work and one for house repairs? I'm not trying to get rich with this plan, but to supplement my medical/retirement pension from the Military. There are also some tax reasons for this year, but those are incidental and I planned on forming the LLC after I bought my tractor anyway. My immune system is also in the dump so there are many jobs I simply can't do.