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Surety On The Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on March 30th, 2015. Posted in On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

Tax Preparer Surety Bond

As the saying goes, nothing is sure in life but death and taxes. Because of this the job of a tax preparer is an important one in our society. That is why it shouldn’t be surprising that if a person wishes to work as a tax preparer most states will require that they be licensed by the state and that they be bonded with a Tax Preparer Surety Bond. The reason for the bond is simple. A tax preparer has certain legal and financial responsibilities towards its clients, and the bond assures the public that the company or person who is preparing their taxes will adhere to the rules and regulations set forth by the state for preparing taxes. In some states, such as in California, the requirement will be for the tax preparer to be bonded before they complete their tax course. Check with our helpful customer service agents to find out the regulations for a tax preparer bond for your state. Buysurety.com
Income Tax Cocktail – 1 1/2 tsp Sweet Vermouth, 1 oz Gin, 1 1/2 tsp Dry Vermouth 1 dash of Bitters and 1 oz Orange Juice.  Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.  three drinks Enjoy.

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Surety On The Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on March 26th, 2015. Posted in Freight Broker Bonds (ICC Bonds), On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

Freight Broker Surety Bond

All freight brokers and carriers are required by law to carry a surety bond or trust fund in the amount of $75,000. BuySurety.com has specific expertise in these broker bonds and federal regulations. Please call us Toll Free 800-600-9240  or apply online www.buysurety.com for your surety bond quote. These surety bonds are also known as Property Broker Bonds or ICC Bonds (Interstate Commerce Commission), BMC-84 Bond, and Truck Broker Bonds.

Honest Broker

Drink Type: Martini

Ingredients

1 part(s) Broker’s London Dry Gin 1 part(s) Brown Creme de Cacao 1 dash(es) Butterscotch Schnapps 1 part(s) Kahlua 1 part(s) Green Creme de Menthe 2 part(s) Double Cream

Instructions

Stir first 4 ingredients together over ice and strain into a martini glass. Stir the cream and menthe together and float onto the Broker’s mixture. Garnish with chocolate curls.three drinks Enjoy.
 

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Surety On The Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on March 25th, 2015. Posted in License and Permit Bonds, On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

Business License and Surety Bond – When applying for your business license for the first time and a surety bond is required please be mindful on the name you choose for your business as you will have to apply for your surety bond with the name EXACTLY as it is on your license application. It is best to keep a copy of your license application so that you can refer back to it when applying for your surety bond.Instant Surety Bond
Whats My Name Again – Mix into a shot glass 1/5 oz each Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum, Goldschlager, Peach Schnapps, Southern Comfort and Vodka.  Have a few and you’ll soon understand the name of the shooter!  three drinks Enjoy.  

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Surety On The Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on March 24th, 2015. Posted in License and Permit Bonds, On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

Defective Title Surety Bond

A Defective Title Bond is a surety bond used by individuals when the original title of their property is lost. Property owners can re-establish their ownership and the title of their property through this bond. The process for obtaining a defective title bond is different in every state in the U.S.

Lost Title (DMV) Surety Bond

Want to register a vehicle but don’t have the title? When registering a motor vehicle, the situation can arise where you’re not actually able to present acceptable evidence, specifically a valid title, that you actually own the vehicle. Depending on your state, you still might have the option of obtaining a bonded title. As long as the vehicle is not junked, stole, abandoned, or involved in any pending lawsuits, a specific type of surety bond called a Lost or Defective Title Bond can help you obtain the bonded title. This surety bond is then accepted as proof of ownership for the vehicle.

Certificate of Lost Title for Vehicle Surety Bond

Lost and stolen vehicles are a big problem, so when this happens to your vehicle you will need a Lost Title Bond to cover you against fraud. You may also need this surety bond if you don’t have a title because you built your own vehicle, lost or damaged the title in a natural disaster or your vintage vehicle is too old to have a title. Sometimes a seller will go out of business before issuing your title. Whatever the reason for not having a title for your vehicle, getting yourself bonded with a Certificate of Lost Title can protect you from financial fraud. Every state has different requirements for the bond amount when you are missing your vehicle title. To get an accurate price from BuySurety’s agents when you call for your Lost Title Vehicle Bond be sure to have the following information handy:
  • Your legal name as it appears on your driver’s license
  • Your current address
  • The vehicle’s make, model and year
  • The VIN number of your vehicle
  • The value of the vehicle
  • A credit card or other type of payment information

Vehicle Title Surety Bond

Want to register a vehicle but don’t have the title? A Vehicle Title Bond (a.k.a. Defective or Lost Title Bond) is a surety bond used by individuals when the original title of their property is lost, destroyed, or otherwise defective. Property owners can re-establish their ownership and the title of their property through this bond. The process for obtaining a vehicle title bond is different in each state in the U.S.  Fast and Easy Bond Quote
The Untitled – Build in a pint glass full of ice the following: 1 1/2 oz Skyy Vodka,  3/4 oz Raspberry vodka, 7-up, splash of Cranberry juice, Red bull Energy Drink and Soda water. three drinks Enjoy.

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Surety On The Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on March 23rd, 2015. Posted in On The Rocks, On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

Athletic Contest Surety Bond

The Athletic Contest Bond is a surety bond required for the owners of athletic clubs participating in formal competition. It ensures the participants of the correct payment of the purse and payment of expenses needed for the sporting event. The bond also guarantees that the owner abides by state regulations. In some states, such as Texas, two surety bonds are required, one to cover participants and miscellaneous expenses, and one to cover state tax.The name on the bond is the same name that is on the business license. The events that often require the promoters to be bonded included Boxing, Wrestling, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and other events such as Karate and Kickboxing.  About Us
Kung Fu Kicker – Pour over ice 1/2 oz of each: Amaretto, Maui Blue Hawaiian Schnapps, Melon Liqueur, Southern Comfort, Triple Sec, Vodka, Pineapple Juice and Sour Mix. three drinks Enjoy.

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