Monthly Archives: August 2011

Service Disabled CA Veterans, Experience Credit &License Expiration

As an expert I often find myself correcting mistaken impressions, outdated ideas or erroneous ‘knowledge’ because the complex rules of contracting are not ‘concrete’ but change over time. It’s practically a full time job to keep up! In this session, … Continue reading

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Handyman Subcontractor, Corporate Name Changes & Qualifiers, Enforcement Action

Consumers may consider hiring a ‘handyman’ but how do the rules apply when a licensed contractor hires them?  I help a license qualifier find his way forward after walking away from a job. Finally, of interest to all, is our … Continue reading

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Employee Ownership & Worker’s Compensation, RMO/RME

Like rising summer temperatures, optimism is on the upswing as contractors begin to see opportunity again in the Golden State. Our first question comes from one such an optimistic Californian. Another contractor actually answers his own question, but for everyone’s … Continue reading

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SWIFT Enforcement Action

You likely won’t know them, hear about them or see them, but CSLB investigators are waiting to ‘sting’ criminals pretending to be contractors in CA. As State budgets are impacted by reductions across the board, SWIFT agents are allying with … Continue reading

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