Monthly Archives: May 2011

“C-4″, “C-20″, Fingerprinting & License ScamsAlert

Oh, say can you “C”? I’ll school this contractor with a license question that may benefit others interested in a wider margin for profit. An urgent alert for all contractors, and we share how honesty is truly the best policy … Continue reading

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RMO, ‘Service’ Licensing & Finder Fees

Often the language used in government regulations is unclear. As an expert who works with these rules regularly, I am ‘pumped up’ and will make this contractor’s question understandable. I will help another contractor ‘find’ the honest answer to his … Continue reading

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Apprentice Electrical & Out of State Contractor’s Licensing

It’s probably not a ‘shock’ to hear government is short on funds, but what does this mean for enforcement of contractor’s rules in California? We’ll investigate how this may affect your workers in the field. Another contractor’s question helps define … Continue reading

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SWIFT Unlicensed Enforcement & RMO/RME License Qualifiers

Contractors will be happy to hear about the figurative SWIFT ‘kick in the pants’ unlicensed contractors are getting. Can a son-in-law qualify for a family license waiver? I’ll expand on a previous ‘Q&A’ for this contractor’s solution. We also share … Continue reading

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