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Plug Those Profit Drains With Paper

Clear language on contracts can block a flood of problems, consultant Dennis Dixon says. Here are some of the must-haves you should include in your agreements. More

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Are You Going to Court, or Courting Disaster? Are You Going to Court, or Courting Disaster?

Every remodeler has thought about suing a client who doesn't pay what they're owed, but going to court might not be your best option for settling debts. More

NY, NJ Keep Up Pressure on Rogue Contractors
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NY, NJ Keep Up Pressure on Rogue Contractors

The attorneys general for New York and New Jersey cracked down Aug. 15 on 216 home... More

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Casing the State: What To Consider When Expanding Your Business to Another State

Construction attorney Richard Feeley offers advice about expanding your business to another state. More

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Worth It: Increasing the Feasibility Fee Better Covers Design Costs

For one Indiana remodeler, clients are willing to pay $1,000 to $1,500 to see if their project is feasible. More

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Three Days' Grace: The Customer's Right to Cancel the Job

The customer's right to rescind the job is an essential notification to include in your construction contracts. More

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Part Amicably: Benefits of Including a Late-Cancellation Clause in Your Contract

What happens if your client wants to rescind after the rescission period has ended? A late-cancellation clause in your contract makes sure you're covered. More

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Quality Time: Some Moments Are More Important Than Others Quality Time: Some Moments Are More Important Than Others

BRUCE CASE: Quality time extends beyond just family and friends. Make the most of your interaction with clients and staff as well, focusing on specific touch points. More

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A Hint for Subcontractors: Things to Look for in Your Contract
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Spend Less Time with Your Lawyer with these Tips
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