To safeguard your construction job, it's important that you take every assurance possible. Instead of just working on handshake deals or even typical contracts, make sure that you look into bid bonds. A bid bond acts as a collateral agreement that ensures every part of the construction process goes smoothly. These bid bonds are great for everyone involved, and should definitely be a consideration if you are moving forward with a project.
14 February 2018
There are many people who are excited about buying their first house but feel confused by the mortgage process. There are a lot of things to navigate when buying a house, so the more prepared you are, the better. Here are some things you should know about home mortgages. 1. Be Able Prove A Down Payment One of the things you need to start thinking about months before you buy a house is how you are going to get the down payment.
11 December 2017
Many people will enjoy the aesthetics that antique maps can provide as decorations. Whether you are looking to create a sophisticated appearance for your office or home, antique maps can be the perfect addition. However, these maps can be rather rare, which will make them extremely valuable. If you are to prevent your antique maps from suffering damages that could compromise their condition, you should learn the basics of caring for these maps before you invest in one.
19 October 2017
If you own a business, and you provide employee retirement benefits, you need to ensure that any person who has control over the retirement accounts be bonded through a fiduciary bond. The fiduciary bond protects your employees against losses, and mismanagement, that could affect their retirement accounts. If you're not sure what fiduciary bonds are, here's some basic information that will help you understand the process: Fiduciary Bonds Protect Against Fraud and Dishonest Dealings
1 September 2017
If you've broken the law and have learned that there's a warrant out for your arrest, you typically have two options. One choice is to do your best to avoid detection by the police, while the other is to turn yourself into the authorities. The former option may seem preferable, but living while you look over your shoulder can be highly stressful. It can often be a better idea to turn yourself in.
10 March 2017
Owning your own business can be like a dream come true. You're your own boss, you make the rules, and you get to spend your days doing something that you love. However, a hefty tax bill – or worse, an IRS audit – can turn that dream into a nightmare pretty quickly. Unless you're in the business of doing taxes, you're probably not a tax expert yourself. That's OK, most people aren't.
7 September 2016
The quintessential question many people who are arrested eventually ask is whether they should use the bail schedules to get out of jail immediately or wait to see if a judge will set bail at a lower amount. Despite how simple this question may seem, there isn't always a clear answer for it, because each person's situation is different. Here are three things to consider which may help you determine the best option for you.
28 July 2016