Sales Tax Bond

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  • Sometimes simply called a tax bond
  • Required by the government
  • Guarantees that sellers pay sales tax to the government
  • Considered a financial guarantee bond
  • Often required for sales of: alcohol, tobacco, medical marijuana, and fuel
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What is a Sales Tax Bond?

A sales tax bond is a type of surety bond which guarantees that a business will pay sales tax to the state or local government. The bond further guarantees that businesses will report their earnings within the relevant deadlines as they are determined in the state.

Failure to pay collected funds or incorrect reporting can result in a bond claim. The purpose of the sales tax bond is to serve as a protection for the state and the public and guarantee compensation.

Sales tax bonds are usually requested by local governments and apply to different businesses depending on local regulations and laws. Unlike most financial guarantee bonds, the sales tax bond requires no collateral by bonding companies which makes it easier to obtain.

Bryant Surety Bonds has excellent rates for all types of sales tax bonds. In addition to our standard market rates, we are also able place high risk applicants through several markets. In fact, we are able to write a lot of high risk applicants with middle market rates helping those with poor credit make considerable savings.

Find the Bond You Need

The table below contains a list of only the most popular surety bonds. If you can't find yours, fill out our online application and select "Not in the list".

  • Alaska
    Tax Liability Bond
    Municipality Of Anchorage
  • Alaska
    Room Tax Liability Bond
    Municipality Of Anchorage
  • Arizona
    Taxpayer Bond for Contractor
    Arizona Dept Of Revenue: Taxpayer Information
  • California
    Parking Tax Collection
    City and County of San Francisco
  • California
    Bond of Seller
    State Board of Equalization
  • California
    User of Fuel Bond
    State Board Of Equalization
  • Colorado
    Medical Marijuana License
    Department of Revenue
  • Colorado
    City & County of Denver Retail Marijuana License B
    City and County of Denver
  • Colorado
    Retail Marijuana License Bond
    Dept of Revenue, Marijuana Enforcement Division
  • Colorado
    Retail Marijuana Excise Tax Bond
    State of Colorado, Department of Revenue
  • Colorado
    Medical Marijuana License Bond
    City & County of Denver
  • Colorado
    (City of Lafayette, CO) Retail Marijuana License B
    City of Lafayette
  • Colorado
    (City of Aurora, CO) Retail Marijuana Establishmen
    City of Aurora - Marijuana Enforcement Division
  • Delaware
    Non-Resident Contractor
    Division of Revenue
  • Federal Government
    Food Stamp Collateral Bond
    US Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition
  • Florida
    Sales and Use Tax Bond
    Florida Department of Revenue
  • Indiana
    Permit Fee Bond
    Indiana Department of Revenue - OSW Services
  • Kentucky
    KENTUCKY HIGHWAY USE
    Commonwealth of Kentucky
  • Local Government
    Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond
    State Board of Equalization
  • Local Government
    Meal Tax Bond
    City of Portsmouth Commissioner of the Revenue
  • Mississippi
    Sales Tax
    Department of Revenue
  • Missouri
    Transient Employer Bond
    Missouri Department of Revenue
  • Missouri
    Sales & Use Tax Bond
    Missouri Dept of Revenue & Taxation Division
  • Nevada
    SURETY BOND POSTED TO SECURE PERFORMANCE UNDER TIT
    State of Nevada
  • North Dakota
    Sales and Tax Permit
    Office of the State Tax Commissioner
  • Oklahoma
    Land Application Company Bond
    Oklahoma Corporation Commission
  • Oklahoma
    Gross Production Tax Bond
    Oklahoma Corporation Comission Oil and Gas Divisio
  • Oregon
    Miscellaneous Taxes Bond
    Department of Transportation Division
  • Oregon
    Highway Use Tax Bond
    DOT Motors Carrier Transportation Division
  • South Carolina
    Right Of Way Bond
    SC Dept of Trans
  • South Dakota
    South Dakota Department of Revenue & Regulation Un
    South Dakota Department Of Revenue and Regulations
  • Texas
    Combative Sports Bond For Gross Receipts Tax
    TX Dept of Licensing and Regulation
  • Texas
    Continuous Bond of Seller (Sales Tax)
    Dept. of Licensing
  • Texas
    Customs Broker
    Texas State Comptroller
  • Utah
    Sales Tax Bond
    Utah State Tax Commission
  • Vermont
    BOND TO STATE OF VERMONT
    State of Vermont Dept Taxes
  • Virginia
    Meal Tax Bond (City Of Norfolk)
    City Of Norfolk
  • Virginia
    Tax Bond
    Virginia Dept of Taxation
  • Virginia
    Meal Tax Bond (City of Norfolk)
    City of Norfolk
  • Virginia
    Food & Beverage Tax Bond (City of Hampton)
    City of Hampton
  • Virginia
    Meal Tax Bond (City of Portsmouth)
    City of Portsmouth
  • Virginia
    Meal Tax Bond (City of Norfolk)
    City of Norfolk
  • Wisconsin
    Sales & Use Tax
    Wisconsin Dept of Revenue
  • Wyoming
    Sales and Use Tax Bond (Multiple Contracts)
    State of Wyoming

Types of Sales Tax Bonds

Oftentimes, a general sales tax bond or sales and use tax bond will be enough for businesses. Certain businesses though, such as those selling tobacco, alcohol, or fuel, may need to get a special bond, such as an alcohol bond, a fuel tax bond, a cigarette tax bond, etc. This, too, depends on state regulations, so applicants who are not sure what kind of bond they need should check with the relevant government institutions and agencies.

Sales tax bonds are sometimes also called differently, according to the state.

The Texas sales tax bond, for example, is also known as a Texas Continuous Bond of Seller (Sales Tax). In North Dakota, on the other hand, it is known as a North Dakota Sales and Use Tax Permit Surety Bond. These two, and all other similar types of bonds, fall under the category of sales tax bonds. For more information see our list below with the most popular sales tax bonds by state!

Sales Tax Bond Cost

Sales tax bond cost is strongly dependent on state regulations for the bond amount of every particular type of business.

As a general rule, though, the full amount of your sales tax bond (the amount you need to get bonded for) is based on your receipts or an estimate of the sales taxes you need to pay at the end of the year. Sometimes, as is the case with the Texas sales tax bond, this can also be based on the monthly tax liability instead of the yearly.

To get an accurate amount for your sales tax bond, it is always best to check with the government department or agency that requires you to get bonded. Besides, many of these departments also have calculators on their websites, which help you determine the amount of your sales tax bond.

The cost of your surety bond will be based on this amount. Sureties usually take the personal credit score of applicants as one of the most important factors when calculating their premium rate. The higher your credit score, the better your rate will be.

Standard market rates for sales tax bonds begin at 1% of the total bond amount for applicants with a credit score of 700. Applicants with a credit score between 650-699 can expect a rate between 2%-5% on their bond.

Bryant Surety Bonds works with a big network of A-rated and T-listed surety bond companies. Through our access to these markets we are able to secure the best and lowest rates for our clients, regardless of their credit type. We are also able to underwrite all types of sales tax bonds in all states which require them.

Our surety bond cost page can provide you with plenty of additional information about how bond cost is determined. Have a look!

Bad Credit Sales Tax Bond Program

We also have access to markets which provide bonds for applicants with poor credit. Through our Bad Credit Surety Bond Program such applicants are able to get bonded, despite their financial difficulties.

Due to the nature of sales tax bonds and because underwriting bonds for such applicants carries a greater risk, rates on sales tax bonds under our bad credit program start at 15%. But by getting bonded with Bryant Surety Bonds, applicants are sure to make considerable savings because of our dedication to always finding the best possible deal on all bonds!

How to Get Your Sales Tax Bond

Applying for a sales tax bond takes only a few minutes! Apply online through our website and provide us with a number of details about your sales tax bond. We will then get in touch with you and provide you with a quote on your surety bond, entirely free of charge! Getting approved and bonded only takes a little longer after that!

Our surety bond experts are there for you anytime! Call us at (866) 450-3412 to speak one of our experts if you have any questions related to sales tax bonds. If you’re not sure what kind of bond you need or how to apply, we will gladly help! Just give us a call!

If you wish to learn more, click on your state from the map below for information on tax bond requirements there.