Bootstrapping A Masonry Company? Why Leasing Equipment Is The Financially Smart Option

Posted on: 24 October 2018

If you have grown up in a family-run construction business or have opted for on-the-job or technical school training in the masonry industry, you already know that it can difficult to get a new masonry business off the ground. Yet masonry construction continues to be in demand because homes and businesses built with masonry are considered to be some of the most durable and attractive in nearly every area of the nation.
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3 Things To Know About Bail Bonds

Posted on: 28 September 2018

If you have been arrested, one of the first things that you are probably thinking of is how to get out of jail as soon as possible. Being arrested can have a major negative impact on your life. Not only are you potentially facing criminal charges, jail time, and fines, in many cases you have to make bail in order to be released. Bail is an amount of money set by a judge during a hearing shortly after your arrest.
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Locked Up? Why You Should Get Assistance From A Bail Bond Service

Posted on: 30 August 2018

Many of the people who get arrested each day never thought it would happen to them. Perhaps a routine traffic stop uncovered an unknown warrant and the officer was forced to take the individual into custody. Or, a crime that was committed sometime in the past finally came back to haunt the perpetrator and they were forced to watch helplessly as the bars closed behind them. Regardless of why it might have happened, if you're locked up the name of the game is to get out as quickly as possible.
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Coming Up Short-Handed On Bail Money? Other Bail Bonds Finance Services That Help

Posted on: 31 July 2018

You have scraped, scrimped, and scratched, right on down to collecting every dime everyone else owes you and digging down couches and chairs for loose change. Somehow, you are still short on bail money to spring your relative from jail. One bail bond service that some bail bond agents provide is a "good faith" payment. It allows you to give all that you have collected to the agent, and then the agent waits to see if you can come up with the rest.
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