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No matter which type of electrical license you have in North Carolina, you’re going to have to worry about continuing education (CE) on an annual basis The issue is that it’s easiest to take those CE hours when you have time throughout the year, but you can’t renew your license until it’s 60 days from expiring.Read more
Happy birthday to you Every year during your birth month, you need to worry about getting your electrical license renewed with the Electrical Division of the Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings, and Construction (DHBC).Read more
If your professional engine (PE) license is expired or inactive with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), it leaves you in a tricky situation You put a lot of work into getting that license in the first place, and you probably don’t want to leave it in a state where you can’t use it.Read more
Keeping your contracting business licensed with the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) requires quite a few steps One tricky thing to note right out of the gate: while your license technically doesn’t expire until March 31, the state only flags it as a timely renewal if you get your renewal steps completed by March 1.Read more