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Nevada Sales Tax Bonds

What is a Nevada Sales Tax Bond?

A Surety Bond Posted to Secure Performance under Title 32 is required by the Nevada Department of Taxation as security for payment of taxes. The surety bond requires that the bonded principal comply with the terms of Title 32 including all related ordinances and amendments. The surety bonds also indemnifies all taxes, interest, and penalties due to the state with the stated bond amount serving as the limit of liability.

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Why is a Nevada Sales Tax Bond Required?

This sales tax bond ensures compliance with the provisions of Title 32, Chapter 372, 374, 377 and any other ordinance adopted pursuant to Chapters 377A or 377B of the Nevada Revised Statutes, specifically to pay all taxes, interest, and penalties. This includes taxes, interest, and penalties which are now due, having been incurred prior to the execution of this bond, and those which may become due. The surety company agrees that the Nevada Department of Taxation may take action against the surety failure to pay taxes, interest and penalties or failure to comply with acts or ordinances, and shall be subject to the six year statute of limitation for liabilities under NRS 11.190(1)(b), or successor provision of law subject to any tolling by agreement or operation of law. There will be no tolling if the Nevada Department of Taxation's fails to make demand.

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