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Finally! Here’s the new 2008 Version of the Recoupment Chart - links have been updated, progressed, information has been changed.
It took 4 very long months to complete and we’re pleased to announce that it’s here!
As mentioned before, this is being offered for a $7.00 donation to help with the website overhaul and to add some very interesting & exciting additions.
Disclaimer: At the time of posting, all links are/were accurate, but things are changing quickly. New bills are being written, sponsored & added each day. One state in particular has struck down prompt pay laws for the last several years but they keep trying!
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2.) Once the payment is made, two emails will get sent to you automatically - one to confirm the payment, the 2nd with the link where you’ll be able to download the document. They should arrive within a very short time after payment, and you’ll have a certain window of time to click the link to get the document before it becomes inactive.
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Thanks again for all your help making this website the place that it is! L J
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