$100,000 bond required for New Jersey Employee Leasing Companies
This Assembly Bill would revise the current law for employee leasing companies, including the financial requirements. Under existing law companies need to maintain a minimum net worth of $100,000. Under the new bill to be passed the $100,000 net worth requirement will be substituted for a surety bond in the amount of $75,000. Now instead of meeting the minimum net worth requirement the bill would require the company to maintain a positive working capital. If the company fails to do that then it could post a bond, irrevocable letter of credit or securities with a minimum market value that is equal to the amount required for achieving a positive working capital, plus $100,000.
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