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Arizona Contractor Taxpayer Bond

If you're in in-state Arizona contractor and you've failed to pay the 5.6% sales tax on projects, you'll likely have to purchase a surety bond called a Taxpayer bond.

All out of state contractors seeking licensure in Arizona are required to purchase this bond. The good news is it's easy to get and you only need to purchase it for a two year term.

Learn about this bond so you can get it fast and pay less for it.

  • 00:14 - Getting a Transaction Privilege Tax license
  • 00:28 - When you need to get the Taxpayer bond
  • 00:47 - What the bond is based on and the bond term
  • 00:58 - Common bond amounts for the Taxpayer bond
  • 01:06 - How is the Taxpayer bond price determined?
  • 01:22 - The 3 main factors that determine the price
  • 01:43 - How to save money purchasing the Taxpayer bond
  • 02:07 - Example pricing for the Taxpayer bond
  • 02:36 - How to purchase a Taxpayer bond
  • 03:01 - Renewing a Taxpayer bond
  • 03:34 - Get your pricing and get your bonding process done

Make sure you reference our other Arizona contractor articles if you have further questions:

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