Sales and use tax bond cost
The North Dakota Office of the State Tax Commissioner requires businesses that make taxable retail sales of goods and services to post sales and use tax permit bonds. North Dakota sales and use tax permit bond amounts vary and are determined by the state on a case-to-case basis.
Bond amounts are usually determined by the volume of taxed merchandise sold by the applicant. Applicants should verify their required bond amount with the state prior to bonding. Give us a call at 888.610.4474 or submit a bond request to begin our fast and easy bonding process.
Why this bond
By posting a sales and use tax permit bond, principals (retailers and service providers) pledge to file all reports required by the sales and use tax laws of the state and make full payment of any and all sales and use taxes that are due or that become due to the state under the provisions of the sales and use tax laws of North Dakota. The bond protects the state from financial loss if the principal fails to uphold this pledge.
Sales and use tax bond details
Sales and use tax bonds in North Dakota are continuous until canceled. All original bond forms must be notarized by a notary public and sent to the Office of the State Tax Commissioner.
Sales and use tax permit
To obtain a sales and use tax permit, applicants must submit a completed application for income tax withholding and sales and use tax permit to the Office of the State Tax Commissioner.
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