Texas Sales Tax Bond (Continuous Bond of Seller)
Texas Sales Tax Bond Information
A Sales Tax Bond (also known as a Continuous Bond of Seller) is required in Texas for those issued or applying for a permit to engage in business as a seller and the Comptroller of Public Accounts has requested security. The sales tax surety bond ensures that the principal meets all of the conditions and obligations of the statutes as required by code and pays all taxes including interest, penalties and costs to the State of Texas through the Comptroller of Public Accounts.
What Does a Sales Tax Bond Protect Against?
The surety bond guarantees that the bonded party meets all of the conditions and requirements of the statutes and pays all taxes including interest, penalties and costs accruing to the State of Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts at Austin, Texas. This surety bond is continuous in form from the effective date and extends from calendar year to calendar year through timely premium payments. The bond will constitute a new and separate obligation, in the coverage amount specified, for each calendar year the bond is in force.