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Add a classification to your existing license and increase your earning potential!

August 10, 2016

Adding an additional classification to your license is cheaper then you think. If you are you an existing contractor in good standing and looking to add a classification to your license your total expenses could be less then $300.00. For example if you are a C-10 Contractor and wish to acquire a C-46 solar license for […]

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Contractors Licence Bond requirements now $15,000

August 10, 2016

California Senate Bill 467 increases the license bond requirement for all California contractors from $12,500 to $15,000 The law took effect January 1st, 2016, In addition to increasing the bond requirement, the law also amends section 7067.5 of the Business & Professions code by removing the financial solvency requirement. Previously, new applicants or licensed contractors […]

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$100.000 bond required to be licensed as a limited liability company (LLC) in Ca

August 5, 2016

If you are thinking about getting licensed as an LLC is is important to be aware that before receiving a license, a limited liability company must provide proof of the following two assets. liability insurance worth $1,000,000 to $5,000,000 (depending on the number of employees that work for the company) as well as a $100,000 surety […]

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Make sure you carry workers comp insurance

August 5, 2016

The CSLB is checking for worker comp insurance and recently caught 10 contractors in Bakersfield working without it. WC insurance must be taken out by a licensed contractor if they bring an employee, day laborer, or friend to assist them on the job site. The policy provides medical coverage in case someone on the job is injured. […]

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Craigslist used to catch unlicensed contractors

August 5, 2016

CLSB sting primarily used Craigsist to nab unlicensed contractors. 19 unlicensed contractors were caught in Tulare and Fresno counties June 29/30 2016. If you are currently unlicensed and want to bid jobs above $500 without fear then get licensed! If you are looking to hire a contractor then you should do the following – Verify the […]

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