Monthly Archives: June 2010

Specialty Work & General Rules

Walking a fine ‘line’ is one of the skills some contractors ‘utilize’ in taking on work that may be a little outside their specific license. The question of how many trades a General can take on is sometimes subject to … Continue reading

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Expired Licenses, Joint Ventures & Waivers

One of the best weapons in my arsenal of contractor assistance is simple. I’m here in Sacramento. I can go directly to the ‘source’ while contractors often are too far away or busy to carry their paperwork into CSLB Headquarters. … Continue reading

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DBA, Worker’s Comp Exemption

I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV. However, you almost always want a second opinion when a medical question arises. That policy is also a wise course when dealing with the complexities of law and regulations … Continue reading

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Unlicensed Contractors Enforcement

The benefit of having the latest news from important government meetings often means you have to attend. For contractors time is money, and that’s why I’m your ‘eyes and ears’ in these meeting rooms. Reducing unfair competition for licensed contractors … Continue reading

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RME Qualifiers & Business Name

Doing business as a contractor is difficult and rewarding, but the learning curve never ends. The complex rules that govern contracting matters both large and small can extend to a single word in your company name… Q: I formed a … Continue reading

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