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Department of Finance: Division of Revenue

CONTRACTORS, RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT

Any contractor conducting a business activity in Delaware is required to register with and obtain a business license from the Delaware Division of Revenue.

To Become a Delaware Contractor:

Complete a Resident Contractors Package or Non-Resident Contractors Package. All necessary forms are included.

After the Delaware Division of Revenue receives a completed Contractors Package and the license fee, it will send you:

• a business license
• a "Tax Tips" package related to the activity of your business
• (throughout the year) personalized business tax forms

For Delaware Contractors:

Tax Tips for Contractors -  Explains contractor filing requirements, lists tax rates and exclusions, provides due dates and more.

General Contractor Forms

Form 1280 - Payments Made by General Contractors to Subcontractors
Form 1280-DEV - Deductions for Amounts Paid to Subcontractors
Form 5060 - Statement of Contracts Awarded
Form UC-1 - Report to Determine Liability
IAB Form Division of Industrial Affairs - Workers Compensation Proof of Insurance


Non-Resident Contractor Forms

Non-Resident Contractor - Bond
Non-Resident Contractor - Cash Bond Receipt Form
Non-Resident Contractor - Irrevocable Letter of Credit
Non-Resident Contractor - Letter for Contract Under $ 20,000

Contractor Licensing and Bonding Requirements, Tech Memo 93-5

For more information on contractors, please contact Richard Jezyk at richard.jezyk@state.de.us or 302-577-8265.

For Bonding requirements please contact Juana Guerrero at Juana.Guerrero@state.de.us or 302-577-8299.



Last Updated: Monday, 02-May-2016 15:51:40 EDT
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