A General Contractors Guide to Bond Thresholds by State

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One often overlooked aspect of being a general contractor is having the appropriate contractor license and minimum surety bond.

June 13, 2018
Wally Zimolong – Supplemental Conditions

Author: Eric Weisbrot is the Chief Marketing Officer of JW Surety Bonds. With years of experience in the surety industry under several different roles within the company, he is also a contributing author to the surety bond blog.

For general contractors in construction, there are many facets of business management that must be considered and then accomplished over time. Operating a successful general contractor business regardless of size or niche requires an understanding of bookkeeping, personnel management, regulatory compliance, as well as revenue potential for each project. However, one often overlooked aspect of being a general contractor – having the appropriate contractor license and minimum surety bond – correlates to each of these required fragments of the business from the start.

Mr. Zimolong may be contacted at wally@zimolonglaw.com



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