Florida Register Contractors Exam (Business Law)
What is Florida BUSINESS PROCEDURES Exam?
It is to tests a candidate's knowledge of payroll taxes, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, lien laws and other laws or subjects that will affect their daily operations as contractors.
Frequently Asked Questions
Florida has two different types of contractors known as a certified contractor and a registered contractor. A Certified Contractor is a statewide licensed contractor. A Registered Contractor is a contractor that will only be licensed in this county that they wish to work in. As a registered contractor you're only authorized to work within the county that you have submitted your application and have been licensed in. The one exam you will have to take is the Florida Business Law and Project Management Exam otherwise known as the Business Procedures Exam. This exam uses the Florida Business And Law Project Management 1st edition book. If you are a Nascla commercial contractor and have taken the commercial trades exam this test is not for you. ZYou're required to take the Florida business finance and accounting exam which is required for all certified contractors in the state of Florida.
The following Counties Require Licensed Contractors and other Occupational Licensee's to take the Florida Business Law and Project Management Exam. Can Also be called the Business Proceedures Exam.
Test InformationThis Tests a candidate's knowledge of payroll taxes, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, lien laws and other laws or subjects that will affect their daily operations as contractors.