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It’s a great time to be in the freight brokering business, and there are plenty of reasons to consider starting your own brokerage now. With an improving economy across the U.S., an increasingly stable and growing industry, and increasing demand for new brokers, you have all the external …

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Washington Amends Rules for Small Contractors’ Performance and Payment Bonds

In April 2019, the state of Washington passed a new bill that aims to modernize and increase the efficiency of…

Wyoming Increases the Bonding Threshold For Public Works Contracts

Legislators in Wyoming recently introduced changes to the procurement of services by public entities in the state. House Bill 65…

How to Become a Contractor: An 8-Step Infographic Guide

Jump to infographic ↴ Even though susceptible to natural fluctuations of the U.S. economy, the construction industry never goes out…

South Carolina Eases Financial Requirements for General and Mechanical Contractors, Allows Posting Bonds

Beginning on May 18, 2018, general and mechanical contractors in South Carolina have been allowed to post a surety bond…

Reminder: Virginia Home Service Contract Providers Need Bonds as of 2018

Beginning on January 1, 2018, home service contract providers in Virginia will need to obtain a contractor license surety bond…

How to Get a Georgia Contractors License

Since 2008, all Georgia contractors working on commercial construction projects exceeding $2,500 need to obtain a Georgia contractors license to…