The Washington DC metro area is home to over 6 million people and hundreds of miles of roadway. Due to the population density, this is a great market to sell vehicles in. However, before you can legally do so, you need to obtain a DC auto dealer bond and license, among many other required and recommended steps. Follow this advice from local experts to help improve and expand your business. Continue reading “Improving Your Auto Dealer Business In D.C. With these Tips from the Industry”
Beginning in 2019, all dentists who provide durable medical equipment are required by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to obtain DMEPOS surety bonds. If this applies to you, learn everything you need to know about this important requirement with our easy overview.
Now is an excellent time to start a career in cosmetology. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 673,000 beauty professionals employed in America as of 2016. More importantly, that number is expected to rise by 13% by 2026, bringing over 87,000 new cosmetologists into the field. What all this means is that if you graduate from an institution with a cosmetology school bond in the next several years, there will likely be jobs available.
Anyone who regularly sells vehicles in the Centennial State needs to have a Colorado Auto Dealer Bond. It’s a legal requirement that carries strict penalties if broken. But a bond is also an asset that protects you, your business, and your customers. Learn what kind of bond you need to operate legally and explore how to use it to your advantage. Continue reading “4 Reasons Why Colorado Auto Dealer Bonds Are Useful”
For those looking to get into the cannabis industry in Ohio with a business of their own, you’ll have to acquire an Ohio marijuana surety bond. The selling, growing, and processing of marijuana in Ohio is strictly regulated, and surety bonds are used as a way to ensure that businesses operate in adherence to local rules and regulations. This post will explore some of the basics of these surety bonds so that you can make sure your business is operating legally. Continue reading “The Importance of Ohio Marijuana Surety Bonds”
What are Lost Title Bonds?
Lost title bonds play an important role when it comes to transferring ownership of a vehicle which has a missing or defective title. DMV offices use lost title bonds to ensure that ownership of a vehicle can be properly registered. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the basics surrounding lost title bonds, so you can be prepared in the event that you need one. Continue reading “Why Would You Need a Lost Title Bond?”
If you’ve been interested in opening up your own business, you may have heard of a sales tax bond. Sales tax bonds play an important role in making sure sales taxes are properly handled. Let’s take a look at some of the basics of sales tax bonds, then dive into who may be required to post such a surety bond. Continue reading “Who Needs a Sales Tax Bond?”
Relocating a loved one into a nursing home can be a challenging decision that needs to be handled with care. Patient trust bonds, also known as nursing home bonds, play an important role in the peace-of-mind that nursing home residents and family members have in the care facility that they decide to use. In this post, we’ll explore some of the important factors relating to patient trust bonds, so that your care facility can be properly equipped to support those in need. Continue reading “6 Facts to Know About Patient Trust Bonds”
If you’re a Transportation Service Provider (TSP) who is looking to transport Department of Defence (DoD) freight, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with SDDC bonds. Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command performance bonds give financial assurance to those looking to hire TSPs for military freight distribution. In this post, we’ll explore some of the basics of this bond so you can gain a general understanding of its purpose. Continue reading “What is an SDDC Bond?”
In September of 2018, the state of Iowa enacted new surety bond requirements for those looking to craft and sell alcohol in the state. This change primarily affects “Class A” and “Special Class A” beer and wine permit holders in the state. If you’re in the craft beer, wine, or liquor business, you may want to familiarize yourself with these new rules. In this post, we’ll take a general look at these changes, so that you can make sure you’re well equipped to follow the alcohol regulations of the state. Continue reading “What’s Brewing in Iowa? New Brewer’s Bond Requirements”