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Construction Company Do’s and Don’ts of Smart Contract Bidding This article originally was published by the National Association of Surety Bond Producers and is being republished with the express permission of NASBP. Placing ...
Why Your Construction Company Needs a Buy-Sell Agreement Has the topic of buy-sell agreements come up in discussions with your attorney, surety agent or accountant? Chances are someone who cares about the future of your ...
Contractors: Is Your Internal Record Keeping Helping You or Hurting You? Let’s face it, the reason you went into construction is because you like being at the job site — not cooped up in an office. So you probably don’t spend as much ...
Worker’s Compensation – Subs, 1099s, Employees – From a Risk and Bonding Perspective – It Does Matter! Workers’ compensation can be a sticky wicket for construction firms. It’s an area where new contractors and veterans alike can find themselves in legal and ...
Underbilling: Why Your Surety Has Concerns — and You Should, Too Underbilling occurs when work you’ve completed hasn’t been billed or costs you’ve incurred haven’t been reimbursed. Nearly every contractor has some underbilling ...
Consider These 4 Questions When Hiring a Subcontractor If you’re a general contractor, you know the right subcontractors can mean the difference between a smooth job and a million headaches. While a surety company ...
Construction Oriented CPAs Play Key Role for Contractor's Bonding Needs We often hear contractors say that getting a job is the hard part – completing the project is the easy part. Many factors go into that, one of which is having ...
A Tale of Two Opportunities: Financing of Risk Through Subcontract Bonds Last month I met with two contractors where subcontract bonds were a central topic. The first was a paper general contractor, meaning they administered the ...

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