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Construction Companies Doing Business with Lien Software is the Future

Many construction business owners handle the lien process manually by doing the research, printing out the forms, and mailing them out themselves. While this is the way...

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How to Protect Your Lien Rights as a Supplier or Subcontractor in Florida

If you’re a supplier or subcontractor in Florida, you’ve probably experienced not getting paid for a project you finished months ago. This is by far one of the most frustrating parts of the construction industry.

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Improving Cash Flow and Getting Capital

If you’re a contractor, you know how long it can take to get paid for a job you did. Oftentimes, you won’t receive a penny for the work you’ve done until after many months have passed since the completion of your project.

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What Contractors and Suppliers Can Do When Their Invoice is Rejected

As a contractor or supplier, you know what it’s like to spend weeks waiting for a payment that never arrives. With payments taking an extremely long time to go through in the construction industry...

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What is a Lien and How Long Does It Last

Liens are legal claims against a piece of property that are recorded with the local county. Mechanics liens are claims made against a property by a contractor or subcontractor who hasn’t been paid...

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What You Need to Know to Get Paid

Contractors who own a construction business know how difficult it can be to get paid on time. With many property owners choosing to delay or forgo their payment obligations altogether, it is important to know what legal recourse you have when this inevitably occurs.

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Different Ways a Lien Gets You Paid

Contractors who have been in the business long enough know that getting paid isn’t always a guarantee. Maybe you’ve been in a situation where the job was completed, but payment was never received. In this scenario, it might start looking like you will never be paid.

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Florida Contractor Licensing - A Rules and Requirements Guide

If you’ve been thinking about becoming a contractor in Florida, you might be wondering what the licensing requirements are. All contractors working in the state will need a contractor license to work legally.

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Lien Waivers in Construction - The Best Guide

General contractors in the construction industry have most likely encountered lien waiver documents, however more often than not, these complex yet important forms are overlooked.

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Negotiating Government Construction Contracts - Tips

If you’re a contractor getting ready to oversee a government construction project, you might be wondering how to negotiate the best contract for your company and employees. Negotiating government construction...

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The Basics of Getting Paid in Construction

If you’ve been in the construction industry for a while, you’ve probably experienced having clients who refuse to pay for the services you provide. This can be one of the most frustrating things that can happen as a contractor...

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What is the Difference - Line of Credit vs. Invoice Factoring

If you’re a general contractor looking for business financing, you’ve probably found that there are a variety of options available to you. Two of the most popular products available are either a line of credit or invoice factoring.

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