Buschbach Insurance Agency, Inc. Blog: surety bonds
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Tuesday, October 3, 2017Whenever you enter a contract as the contractor, the contract owner expects you to complete a task on their behalf. If you cannot complete your work, this means that you may cause financial loss to the contract owner. The contract’s owner may require you to repay debts for unfinished work. READ MORE >>
Friday, August 19, 2016Surety bonds could be one of the best investments you make in your business. This type of bond works to help protect your customers. If you provide a service and something goes wrong, this type of insurance product may work to provide compensation or help to your customer to recoup his or her losses. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 16, 2016You want to advance your company and grow your business. You want to land this next big contract and secure a future for yourself and your business. To do that, you need to convince the company that needs the work that you are the best company for the job. Yet, there's competition. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 16, 2015In industries that require a lot of projects and coordination to get the job done, there is a lot of subcontracting. The construction industry in particular relies heavily on subcontractors. Many companies find it financially beneficial to hire another company to complete work. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 16, 2015As a business owner, putting certain protocols in place can help establish your trustworthiness and protect you from any claims resulting from dissatisfied clients. One of the best ways you can do this is to become bonded through surety bonds. What Is A Surety Bond And Why Is It Important? READ MORE >>
Monday, January 26, 2015Generating energy and providing utilities to businesses and homes is an expensive operation that cannot continue without prompt payment from customers. One way to ensure that utility companies receive the funds they need in order to continue operating is to require certain customers, mostly businesses, to obtain a utility bond, which is a type of commercial surety bond. READ MORE >>