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La Familia Auto Insurance Blog: bonds

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Whether you expect a bond from a client, or have to carry a bond, you are integral to the function and execution of a bond. Understanding your role in a surety bond can help you follow your obligations to a contract. The surety bonding process usually involves three different parties--the principal, the obligee and the surety company. READ MORE >>

There are many forms of business insurance options that protect your business. If you are like many business owners, then you have quite a few. You may have commercial general liability, workers’ compensation, and commercial property insurance policies. READ MORE >>

Construction contractors have a lot of weight on their shoulders. With each project comes the need for these professionals to provide an exceptional level of service and workmanship. Mistakes can happen. Sometimes, very small mistakes during the construction process can lead to large financial implications for the contractor. READ MORE >>

Here's a secret your business may not have thought about using. Surety bonds can double as a marketing tool. How can bonds, an investment you make in your business to keep it financially safe, help you to market your business? Many homeowners today are quite savvy. READ MORE >>

Surety bonds may sound complicated, but they are actually a simple financial tool that can benefit both a contractor and the client that they are serving. In essence, a surety bond is a contract signed by both the business performing the work and the surety bond company that guarantees the clients that the work they are paying for will be completed. READ MORE >>

Surety bonds are designed to protect various entities from various risks. In particular, many of them protect consumers from businesses not keeping their promises. So, why would a health club need a surety bond? It's not because people don't get in shape or lose weight. READ MORE >>

If you’re the new company on the block, what can you do to show consumers that you can be trusted? There’s no substitute for marketing your services to get new customers and performing well to keep them; but that can be difficult when you’re an unknown. READ MORE >>

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