Mississippi Sales Tax Bonds
Mississippi Sales Tax Bond Information
A Sales Tax Bond is required by the Mississippi Department of Revenue to guarantee payment of all sales taxes accruing to the State of Mississippi pertaining to the business. The surety bond is required pursuant to the provisions of Mississippi Code Ann. § 27-65-27. The Commissioner requires the surety bond as a form of indemnity for any person desiring to engage in business with this state, who maintains no permanent place of business within this state (aka transient vendors), and of every person desiring to engage in the business of making retail sale of mobile homes. The State of Mississippi requires other sales tax surety bonds including the Contractors Blanket Sales, Use, Special Fuel Tax Bond and the Contractors Job Sales, Use, Special Fuel Tax Bond.
How Much Does a Sales Tax Bond Cost in Mississippi?
Most Common Bonds
Getting Your Mississippi Business License or Registration
Any entity conducting business in the state of Mississippi may be subject to tax obligations and is obligated to register with the Mississippi Department of Revenue. The Department of Revenue at may be reached directly (601) 923-7700 or by visiting Mississippi Department of Revenue Tax Registration if you have additional questions about an entities state tax liability. Taxpayers applying for a sales tax permit or those transient vendors who operate a business operation without a permanent place of business within the state are required to post a Sales Tax Bond or an approved Surety Tax Cash Bond?.