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Surety Bonds and Fidelity Bonds
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A fidelity bond or surety bond can help protect the interests of your growing business. At State Farm, we combine the financial strength of our full service commercial Surety and Fidelity Bond Department along with more than 18,000 local agents to provide you and your business professional with superior service.
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Why do I need a surety bond for my business?
- As a business owner, you may need a surety bond to guarantee payment for state sales taxes or utility bills.
- Or as a contractor, you may need to post a license or permit bond to guarantee your work for licensing requirements with municipalities.
- Attorneys may have clients that are required to post court bonds such as administrators or executors bonds to guarantee their performance while distributing assets in estate situations.
- Notary publics are required to post bonds in most states.
Discover the ways you can protect yourself, your small business, and your employees with the help of State Farm.
Types of Surety Bonds
Fidelity Bond Policies — Blanket/Schedule
Types of Fidelity Bonds
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