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Save Big With A Little Known Tax Credit

Save Big With A Little Known Tax Credit

By on July 20, 2016 in Business Practices, What We Do with 0 Comments

What if I told you, your painting business could improve employee loyalty and save thousands of dollars on taxes with one action? Sounds like a crazy idea, right? Well, I’m here to tell you it is possible by claiming the Small Employer Health Insurance Tax Credit. Why The Small Employer Health Insurance Tax Credit? As you […]

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What Does “Licensed, Bonded, and Insured” Mean for You?

What Does “Licensed, Bonded, and Insured” Mean for You?

As a painting contractor, one of your main concerns is building trust with your clients. After all, you’ll be spending lots of time inside their homes. Making sure you are “licensed, bonded, and insured” is the first step in building that trust. But what exactly does it mean for you? Let’s break it down. Licensed […]

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Bonded and Insured, Part One

Bonded and Insured, Part One

By on September 24, 2013 in Business Practices with 2 Comments

Breaking down “Bonded and Insured,” As a service professional, it’s likely that you’ve heard the phrase “bonded and insured.” But, what does it mean? In this two-part series, we’ll dissect the terms bonded and insured and how they pertain to the painting industry. What does “bonded” mean? Being bonded refers to the act of obtaining […]

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Why You Should Do Your Own Workers’ Comp Audit

Why You Should Do Your Own Workers’ Comp Audit

By on August 2, 2012 in Business Practices with 3 Comments

I know, I know — you’re PAINTERS. Why should you waste your time doing your workers’ comp audit? Well, for starters, as business owners, I’m sure you all know not to blindly trust what anyone tells you. If you did, you wouldn’t have gotten where you are. So why should you trust an auditor? Don’t […]

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Workers Compensation Insurance

Workers Compensation Insurance

By on July 31, 2012 in Business Practices with 3 Comments

Do I have to have Workers Compensation Insurance? If you have employees, yes. Some states require it as part of your license, so even if you are a sole proprietor, you may be required to have a policy and exempt yourself, sometimes for as little as $50 a year. Check here to see what is required […]

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