Can a Corporation Have The Same Name As The Owner

Can a Corporation Have The Same Name As The Owner

C-Corps can have any name, even that of the owner. The suggestion to NOT name an entity after an owner/trustee/grantor only applies to a trust so it's not seen as a Grantor/or/Family Trust.
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