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What is a Contractor

Branding and Marketing Tips for 8(a) Government Contractors

When you are an 8(a) certified small business your options for generating business consists of securing a prime vendor contract, and/or partnering with other organizations as a sub-contractor. So, how do you show up on the radar of government decision makers? How do you get the attention of other contractors? …

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IR35 and Its Implications for Contractors

Tax is a key area of interest to all businesses. For IT contractors, the most controversial piece of legislation to affect the industry is undoubtedly IR35.
The rules were introduced to clamp down on what was seen as tax avoidance by workers using limited companies to perform exactly the same …

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Independent Contractors: Things You Should Know About Them

Do you have independent contractors working for you? If you’re a small business, the answer is probably yes. And therefore, you probably already know that the classification of a worker as an independent contractor or an employee is dicey business.
But in case you missed the article in Business Week …

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Vinyl Pools

The name “vinyl pool” is slightly misleading as the swimming pool is not actually made of vinyl, but is in fact a concrete, composite plastic, or steel-sided pool which has a vinyl lining. This lining can vary in thickness, where obviously the better liners are thicker liners, and sport some …

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Solar Panels

Although wind and water power have both made huge strides in recent years, solar power is still one of the most effective forms of alternative energy.
How It Works
Many homes and commercial buildings have begun utilizing to produce electricity and heat water. are placed either on the roof of …