Enrollment: Individual or Company?

I am a Sole Proprietor in the eyes of the IRS, but I have registered a limited liability company (LLC) with my state for the purpose of somewhat protecting my privacy and personal assets. (Also, it seems a business name lends a little more credibility to a product than a personal name.) Is my Entity Type "Individual/Sole Proprietor/Single Person Business" or "Company/Organization"? If I choose individual, will I have the opportunity to use my company name in customer-facing situations such as an app listing (assuming my company "is recognized as a legal entity in [my] country")? It seems important to get this right from the outset. Any other single-person LLCs been in this boat? Any advice is appreciated.

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>...will I have the opportunity to use my company name in customer-facing situations such as an app listing


LLC, yes. Sole Proprietor, no.


Apple says this about that:


"To have your company name appear as the seller, your company must be recognized as a legal entity and you must be enrolled as an organization"


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>...will I have the opportunity to use my company name in customer-facing situations such as an app listing


LLC, yes. Sole Proprietor, no.


Apple says this about that:


"To have your company name appear as the seller, your company must be recognized as a legal entity and you must be enrolled as an organization"


See Enrollment - Support