There are many of different requirements for surety bonding across the U.S., and our company handles all of them. Bond requirements vary drastically by state; select your state above to find the bond you need and get a quote instantly.

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

Surety Bond

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.

We are dedicated focus on providing surety bonds at the lowest cost possible. When other surety bond agencies shy away from types of bonds that are higher risk or harder to find approvals for, we step up to the plate for you and find options for you.

Fastest Surety Bond Approvals in the Industry

When you apply online, your bond application will get a response in hours, not days!

Your application is sent immediately to our underwriters, where it will be reviewed and responded to immediately. If our underwriters need additional information, you’ll be notified via email. Choose your state from the list above to find the bond you need, or search for it in the search box above.

Helping You Get The Bonds You Need

With the largest selection of surety bonds available for application online, our website is sure to help you find the bond you need. Ideal Insurance works with many bond companies that offer thousands of license & permit bonds, motor vehicle dealer bonds, court bonds, contractor bonds, notary bonds, and ERISA bonds.

License & permit bonds are the type of bonds that are typically required by a state agency or organization in order for you to receive the business license you must have to conduct business. The majority of surety bonds are in fact license and permit bonds.

Performance bonds, bid bonds, and payment bonds are contract-specific bonds available for contractors. These types of surety bonds offer greater protection to the hiring organization or person.

Court bonds are a broad category of bonds that include surety bonds needed for legal proceedings. These include trustee bonds, mechanics lien release bonds, probate bonds, and fiduciary bonds.





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