Monthly Archives: January 2010

Back Up Licenses, Qualifiers and Liens

Would you consider not ‘backing up’ your computer files? What would happen to your contractor’s license if your qualifier quit like an outdated hard drive? I will ‘quantify’ the value of being ‘responsible’ and, finally cry out on another contractor’s … Continue reading

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General Licenses, Disassociation & LLC Filing

We will get down to business by the ‘numbers’ as a contractor discovers he may “B” off the mark in getting that general license. What happens to the contractor’s license when a business is ‘dead’? Does the license ‘live on’ … Continue reading

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Unlicensed Penalties, Suspensions and LLC’s

The new calendar will put a smile on the face of many readers as it brings an ‘Unhappy New Year’ for unlicensed contractors. The ‘mystery’ of an unexpected letter from the CSLB sets a ‘suspense’ story in motion. Another general … Continue reading

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Electrical & General Licenses

I want to wish all my readers a Happy and Prosperous 2010. This last year has been a rough one for the construction industry. As we look forward to this New Year, let us hope that the perceived economic turn-a-round … Continue reading

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