Smart Business for Contractors
A Guide to Money and the LawBook - 2007
A Baltimore lawyer representing small contractors and tradespeople, Kramon is dismayed by the number of contractors who have no liability or medical insurance, no plan whatsoever for retirement or disability, and not much sense of what tax benefits are available to them. They can run their business with as much quality and integrity as they do their work, he says. He strives here to discuss everything the typical contractor needs to know about business matters, presenting specific information where possible, and otherwise referring to other sources. No date is cited for the first edition. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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You are a contractor. You know your trade, and you're good at it. But what about the unique financial and legal concerns of running a construction business? Do you have the right tools for dealing with money and the law? Attorney Jim Kramon provides all the information you need to turn your hard work into greater financial security.
Aimed at single contractors and small businesses, this handbook gives readers reliable information on bidding and pricing and offers field-tested ways to handle legal matters that arise during this process. Includes chapters on incorporation, taxes, insurance, disability, and retirement.