Yes, most paper shredding companies are insured. Before selecting a company for your paper shredding needs, make sure they are licensed, bonded and insured. The ensures that you are dealing with a reputable company.
If I have a business license for pet sitting, do I need to be bonded as well?
go to your licenseing department call you local corthouse to find out where or how to get ahold of them
In most states, gunsmiths must be licensed. To be licensed, a test must be taken and passed. Gunsmiths in most localities must also be bonded in order to be licensed.
The first important step is to get licensed. You must meet all the requirements for getting bonded. Then find a bond producer in order to get bonded.
license......a business permit issued by a city or county government. The term bonded or insured is basically the same thing. Bonded usually applies if someone handles money or other valuables.
You will need to apply for a license you can get most info at cslb.ca.gov. A bond you can purchase through an insurance broker.
All US states require the repossession agency be licensed and bonded.
Fill out the paperwork and pay the fees.
You can go to the police station and get bonded they take your info and fingerprints I was told dont think a license is required to clean just be sure to pay your taxes if you are self employed or you may get a 1099 and owe at the end of the year
There are 2 ways to become licensed to do home remodeling in Florida. 1) Study & take the test to become a General Contractor. 2) Put an ad in the newspaper or on Craigslist for a qualifier for your company. To get bonded, you need to call an insurance company or Google it.
You would go to your state licensing department to register for your business license. Then for a bond, you can do a search online for janitorial bond or cleaning business bond. There are many out there and they are not expensive.
You will need to become licensed and bonded in order to work as a security officer.
To become licensed the type of work that requires a license needs to be specified. Bonding then is a type of insurance which assures that the work will be carried out in a professional and timely manner.
"While most states will not require you to be bonded to become a commercial cleaner, most businesses will not hire you unless you are. Being bonded is insurance that will protect both you and their business."
You don't HAVE to be, but all the services on the first page of Google are, so not being bonded would raise a red flag with me.
Go to your city hall and talk with the building inspector, he will have all the forms and legal stuff
Become a registered car dealer in your state by filling out the state applications paying the fees getting licensed bonded and insured.
There should be some official documentation from the agency that has licensed and bonded you. For example, if you have a drivers license, the official documentation and proof is your license that was issued to you from the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within your state of residence. So, you have to ask to see the documentation that actually says you are licensed and bonded.
It depends on what state you live in, the laws vary. In most states you have to be licensed, bonded and insured. The fines can be $10,000+ for being caught working without proper licensing.
Painters can be found by contacting the local Better Business Bureau or the state's licensing bureau; most states require painters be licensed and bonded.
Are you licensed and bonded and do you have references?
If you are asking about the repairing of a/c systems then yes you need to be both licensed and bonded for your protection.......
Yes, Yes,Yes. It is very important to have a licensed and bonded roofer, or any type of contractor. If for some reason the job is not done to your standards or to code you will have leverage when and if you need a Lawyer