#QuickBooks for Contractors Freebie Friday Tracking Subcontractors Insurance
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This week’s eBook provides information and tips for setting up a system to track Subcontractors Workers Compensation and General Liability Insurance expiration dates.
When a contractor works on a construction project and he/she hires subcontractors; one of the things that he is required to keep on file is a CURRENT copy of each subcontractors Worker’s Compensation Insurance Policy and a copy of their General Liability Insurance.
Keeping track of expiration dates and making sure that you always have a copy of the current policy on hand, can be a daunting task.
NOTE: March 8, 2013 this eBook and video training series is being updated and will be available at a later date from the Learn to use QuickBooks in your construction business website.
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