The CA Contractor’s Board is making decisions that will have ramifications for all who ‘qualify’. More than one Registrar is also ‘aiming’ high in defeating some low-down activity… At it’s September meeting in Sacramento the CSLB took action on a number of issues, including setting up a Task Force to look at the duties … Continue reading RMO & Qualifiers, SWIFT Stings and the Underground Economy
With more than 30 years assisting contractors you might think we have heard it all, but that’s not likely to happen. Our first question is a good example of why we never rest on our reputation but always look for changes in practice or interpretation of contractor’s regulation. Like France has a different word for … Continue reading NV Financial Requirements, HIC rules on Inducements, Incentives, Finder Fees, etc.
Our first contractor is 99% sure he knows the answer. We’re here to give him the assurance he needs in providing our answer as we do 100% of the time! New business poses new problems for an aspiring California entrepreneur… Q: I think I know the answer to this question, but I thought … Continue reading Replacing Qualifiers, “B”, Asset Sales and Stock Transfers
We polished a couple of seats at the latest Contractors State License Board Committee meeting on behalf of contractors out there getting the real work done. At the latest get together of decision-makers it was recommended that ‘retroactive’ fingerprinting be rubbed out; an hour added to the exam clock and the notion of ‘continuing education’ … Continue reading CSLB Meeting Update, Fingerprinting & Continuing Education for Contractors