Monthly Archives: March 2015

“C-33″ Waiver for “B” Generals, Owner/Builder Limits & Unlicensed ‘Stings’

We ‘fix up’ an answer for a homeowner who plans on ‘flipping out’ in Newport Beach. Another contractor is ‘generally’ interested in replacing his RMO, without being put to the ‘test’ or disassociating his current Qualifier… Q:  I am 50% … Continue reading

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Business Entity Licensing, Adding Classes to LLC’s and Generals in AZ

The name’s the thing in causing our first contractor to call. A bi-coastal contractor needs ‘expedited’ advice on how to move from current corporate license classes to his LLC, without affecting work in progress. We also share a lesson in … Continue reading

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Corporate Surrender & Taxes, RMO & Revoked Licensing and DOSH Filing

Some things can change, and sometimes remain the same as our first contractor learns. We ‘dash’ the hopes of another contractor who has discovered you can’t work without ‘DOSH’.  What you don’t know can hurt you, as a Nevada contractor … Continue reading

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NASCLA Licensing, Obtaining Work Experience Information & Criminal History for RME

There is one problem with not telling the truth on your license application that is almost self-explanatory. Don’t let this happen to you. Does passing one national evaluation exam open doors to state licensing?  As you will learn, it’s yes … Continue reading

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Sole Owner Inc., LLC Business Names & Concrete Waivers for Generals

A Sole Owner shares a lesson on changing company structure that requires a sacrifice. Another interesting question from a General making entry into CA construction while another helps us remember when to ask for a waiver… Q:  We have been … Continue reading

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TPT Change in AZ, HIS, Qualifier Disassociation & Banner Advertising rules

If you think the same thing as our Arizona solar contractor about new TPT rules, you could also be stuck between a ‘ROC and a hard place.’ Sometimes vague statutes written into law can be subject to misinterpretation or implications … Continue reading

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CSLB New Leadership in 2015

The Contractors State License Board has appointed Cindi Christenson as its new Registrar of Contractors. Although the CSLB conducted a nationwide executive search, they did not have to look far for the most qualified candidate.  Ms. Christenson had served as … Continue reading

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