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 Can a contractor charge the government for a credit card convenience fee?

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What is the government registration for starting building contractor?

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How to Transfer a Security Clearance From a Contractor to a Government Civilian?

If you are a civilian contractor working for the federal government, you may have needed a security clearance to do so. Sometimes the federal government has permanent civilian employment that you m... Read More »
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How much does a contractor charge to install crown molding?

According to Mountain Woodcraft, LLC based in Travelers Rest, SC, the average price to install crown moulding is $1.75 per lineal foot. This price would be good for one piece interior crown mouldi... Read More »
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How much does a contractor charge to install ceramic tile per square foot?

Contractors vary widely based on region, but as of 2010, the average contractor charged between $5 and $10 per square foot for ceramic tile installation on kitchen countertops. Ceramic floor tile i... Read More »
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