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ERISA Bond

ERISA Surety Bond Guide

SuretyBonds.com is legally licensed to issue ERISA surety bonds in all 50 states. Whether you work in New York, Nevada, Georgia or Illinois, we can bond you!

As a part of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974, surety bonds are used to protect those who participate in employee benefit plans such as pensions. Individuals appointed to oversee and manage these plans are called “fiduciaries.” These fiduciaries must purchase bond insurance to protect these funds and their benefactors from potential fraud, mismanagement and theft.

Pay A Low Rate For Your ERISA Bond!

These bonds are very affordable for the amount of protection they provide. For example, $500,000 of coverage could cost just $155 for applicants listing five or fewer fiduciaries, no losses and no non-qualifying assets. And, ERISA bonds written for $500,000 or less can be issued without a credit check, which means your credit won’t affect your ability to get bonded. So, what are you waiting for? Get your free, no obligation surety bond quote now!

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost*
$10,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $10,000 $100 Buy Now
$20,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $20,000 $103 Buy Now
$30,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $30,000 $125 Buy Now
$40,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $40,000 $144 Buy Now
$50,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $50,000 $162 Buy Now
$60,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $60,000 $180 Buy Now
$70,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $70,000 $197 Buy Now
$80,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $80,000 $212 Buy Now
$90,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $90,000 $223 Buy Now
$100,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $100,000 $234 Buy Now
$110,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $110,000 $240 Buy Now
$120,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $120,000 $246 Buy Now
$130,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $130,000 $251 Buy Now
$140,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $140,000 $257 Buy Now
$150,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $150,000 $263 Buy Now
$160,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $160,000 $268 Buy Now
$170,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $170,000 $274 Buy Now
$180,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $180,000 $279 Buy Now
$190,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $190,000 $284 Buy Now
$200,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $200,000 $290 Buy Now
$210,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $210,000 $295 Buy Now
$220,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $220,000 $300 Buy Now
$230,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $230,000 $306 Buy Now
$240,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $240,000 $311 Buy Now
$250,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $250,000 $317 Buy Now
$275,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $275,000 $330 Buy Now
$300,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $300,000 $334 Buy Now
$325,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $325,000 $357 Buy Now
$350,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $350,000 $371 Buy Now
$375,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $375,000 $384 Buy Now
$400,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $400,000 $398 Buy Now
$425,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $425,000 $411 Buy Now
$450,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $450,000 $425 Buy Now
$475,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $475,000 $438 Buy Now
$500,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $500,000 $452 Buy Now
$550,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $550,000 $503 Buy Now
$600,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $600,000 $554 Buy Now
$650,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $650,000 $605 Buy Now
$700,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $700,000 $657 Buy Now
$750,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $750,000 $708 Buy Now
$800,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $800,000 $759 Buy Now
$850,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $850,000 $811 Buy Now
$900,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $900,000 $862 Buy Now
$950,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $950,000 $913 Buy Now
$1,000,000 ERISA Bond 3-year term $1,000,000 $965 Buy Now
*The bond premium rate quotes provided to you through this website are for pricing comparisons and quotation estimate purposes only. The bond rate quotes provided are based on general assumptions that may or may not be applicable to you and are subject to change at any time. These rate quotes do not constitute an offer of insurance, nor is any contract, agreement, or bond coverage implied, formed or bound by the provision of rate quotes. Bondability, final bond premium rate quotes and an offer of insurance, if any, will be determined by the insurance company providing your bond. You must contact us directly to obtain a quote for binding purposes.

Submit A Quick & Easy Application.

Speak with a surety specialist immediately by calling 1 (800) 308-4358 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. CST Mondays through Fridays. Or, submit an online contact form 24/7, and a surety specialist will call you ASAP. The surety specialists at SuretyBonds.com typically issue this type of bond the same day an application is received. If you need more than $500,000 of coverage, you’ll have to fill out a more thorough application subject to an underwriter’s review. Applicants with a criminal history will not be approved for ERISA bonding as they cannot be legally hired to oversee retirement plan funds such as pensions.

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The team at SuretyBonds.com is known for our fast, easy and accurate bonding services. Apply now, get a quote today, and have your bond issued once your payment is processed. You’ll receive your official bond documents immediately via email.

Learn More About ERISA Bonds.

According to ERISA, *every fiduciary of an employee benefit plan and *every person who handles funds of such plan shall be bonded in an amount equal to 10% of the funds handled (subject to a maximum of $500,000 or $1,000,000 when employer securities are included). If the plan includes non-qualifying assets, the bond amount is the greater of 10% of plan assets being handled or the value of the non-qualifying assets, whichever is greater (subject to limits stated above).

If the money manager who works directly for the retirement plan mismanages funds, the bond will hold that individual liable for losses. The bond amount can then be used to reimburse individuals for funds lost as a result of the fiduciary’s financial mismanagement. As such, a fiduciary’s bond amount must be reviewed and updated annually as the plan’s assets change.

*ERISA surety bonds are not required for SEC-registered brokers and dealers that are subject to fidelity bond mandates of their own regulatory agency or organization.