Tuesday, February 25th, 11:30-1:00pm
Do not miss this great event! Learn how to successfully bond your company.
You will need to be bonded if your state or municipality requires it. In addition, if your business frequently performs services in customer’s homes or on the premises of other businesses, you should strongly consider getting bonded to protect your customers and your business’s financial health.
Although being bonded is primarily protection for the customer, it can also provide your business with financial stability in the case of a dissatisfied customer. In the unfortunate event a customer makes a claim against your business, the compensation needed to settle the claim would come from the bond and won’t impact your immediate operations.
Being bonded provides a layer of trust between your business and your customers because you are giving them assurances to the quality of your work while providing a way for them to be made financially whole if something goes wrong.