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Hello,

I only do landscaping and snow removal and I am looking for a National that has seasonal only departments. I do not go inside of the home for preservation work. Besides Safeguard can you provide me with which National you know does this so I can gather a list. Thank you so much for your input!
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Hello,

I only do landscaping and snow removal and I am looking for a National that has seasonal only departments. I do not go inside of the home for preservation work. Besides Safeguard can you provide me with which National you know does this so I can gather a list. Thank you so much for your input!

Dig in and do some research and you may find that any property maintenance company that needs your service, will have (some) work for you. If they do not, you may try going thru a "maze" and end up speaking with someone that is willing to bring you on as a specific need vendor. asking the right questions is important.

the only reason I am not mentioning any company specifically is that I do not promote any-one company name. On the contrary, you can always do a Google search for property preservation companies or something like that.

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Why did you dropout?

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I'll give you the short list...

1. I like getting paid for the work I do.
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1. I like getting paid for the work I do.
Does a 1099C apply to you?

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Does a 1099C apply to you?
No. I got away from Safeguard to avoid forms like a 1099C. I prefer to pay my debts in full. Why do you ask? Should I be sending Safeguard this form?
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No. I got away from Safeguard to avoid forms like a 1099C. I prefer to pay my debts in full. Why do you ask? Should I be sending Safeguard this form?
we've been fortunate to have exceptional relationships with all of our clients and their employees; Altisource/RHSS, MSI, MM, PPW, HomeDepot, Publicly traded companies and investors alike. The relationships have been exceptional so we don't have any experience with 1099c.

it seems logical a CPA would be able to clarify the details but that's all we know about 1099c.

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