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Proper Notice to the Surety is Important

Most contractors and subcontractors know there are notice provisions in their contracts, but they are not always followed to the letter. The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals just sent a clear message that if you do not follow the notice and termination provisions of a bond, the surety may be off the hook. What is […]

Georgia Debt Harassment Ruling Gives Added Protection and Rights to Debtors

Everyone struggles financially from time to time in life. There are always times we are on a tight budget; we don’t mean to overuse our credit cards, bounce that check, or not pay that bill that is long overdue. When we do things like this we must realize that the person or company we owe […]

Graduates Battle Their Alma Maters

For over four years our economy has lay dormant in the gutter.  Jobs are scarce and the few that are available offer low paying salaries with lousy company benefits.  We keep hearing the golden age ended.  No more pensions, plush company outings and other employee perks that were once taken for granted, shall employees receive.  […]

What is Fair and What is Not When it Comes to Debt Collecting?

  You’ve been getting those annoying phone calls from the people you owe money too. You don’t have the money. You’re out of work or you took a pay cut. If you had it, you’d pay it. Now you have to listen to these people threaten you? Are they allowed to do this? Well, yes […]

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