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Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Bond

How much does a tax bond cost in Wisconsin?

The required amount for sales and use tax bonds in Wisconsin is based on the volume of sales at each business location. Applicants should verify their required surety bond amounts with the state prior to bonding.

If the bond amount you need is $10,000 or less, SuretyBonds.com can issue your bond for just $100 - no credit check required. If your required bond amount exceeds $10,000, your bond is subject to underwriting. Connect with our team of bond experts now!

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost*
Varies Sales and Use Tax Bond Twice the permittee's maximum monthly beverage tax is less than $10,000 Varies $100 Apply Now
Varies Sales and Use Tax Bond Twice the permittee's maximum monthly beverage tax is more than $10,000 Varies Subject to Underwriting Apply 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.

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Why do I need this bond?

Wisconsin sales and use tax surety bonds are put in place to ensure that principals have applied for or obtained a permit to engage in the business subject to taxes according to the provisions of Chapters 66, 71, 77, 78 or 139 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The principal must adhere to any applicable amendments and satisfy any demands made upon the principal by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue for security for payment of taxes imposed under those chapters. Specifically, the bond guarantees that the principal (business professional) will comply with all of the provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes and pay all taxes, interest and penalties promptly when due, including taxes, interest and penalties due now and in the future.

If the principal is delinquent in the payment of the taxes imposed under the Wisconsin Statutes indicated above, the Department of Revenue can, upon 10 days’ notice, recover the taxes, interest and penalties from the surety.

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What’s the fine print?

The surety can choose to withdraw liability at any time by giving the Department of Revenue 60 days’ notice prior to termination of the bond. The bond will remain in full force and effect until otherwise canceled.

The Wisconsin A-133 surety bond form is used to ensure the payment of the following types of taxes:

  • alcohol beverage
  • tobacco products
  • cigarette
  • fuel
  • sales and use
  • nonresident entertainer

Applicants should be sure to indicate the appropriate license type on the bond form.

How to acquire a tax bond in Wisconsin

There are several types of alcohol beverage licenses in Wisconsin. The options include:

  • “Class A” fermented malt beverage licenses allow retail sale of fermented malt beverages (beer) for consumption off the premises. Examples: grocery or convenience stores.
  • “Class A” liquor licenses allow retail sale of intoxicating liquor (including wine) for consumption off the premises. Examples: liquor stores or grocery stores with full liquor sales sections.
  • “Class B” fermented malt beverage licenses allow retail sale of fermented malt beverages (beer) for consumption on or off the premises. Examples: restaurants, “beer bars.”
  • “Class B” liquor licenses allow retail sale of intoxicating liquor (including wine) for consumption on the premises, and wine in original sealed containers for consumption off the premises. If the community elects to, it may also permit sale of not more than four liters of intoxicating liquor (there are no limits on wine), in the original sealed container, for consumption off the premises. Check local ordinances for the allowance. State law also allows carryout of a single, opened (resealed) bottle of wine if sold with a meal. Examples: taverns and restaurants with full alcohol service.
  • “Class C” wine licenses allow the sale of wine for consumption only on the premises and allow the carryout of a single opened (resealed) bottle if sold with a meal.
  • Temporary “Class B” licenses (often called picnic licenses) allow retail beer and/or wine sales, at temporary events like fairs and festivals. Only certain organizations qualify for such a license. They must be bona-fide clubs, county or local fair associations, churches, lodges, or societies that have been in existence for at least six months, and may not operate for pecuniary gain, selling alcohol beverages only incidental to their operation.

There are several other locally-issued licenses or state-issued permits that allow retail sale of alcohol beverages under certain circumstances. However, the license types listed above are the most common.

For complete licensing information, visit the Important Links section of this page.

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A-133: Surety Bond Form

Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License Application

Wisconsin Alcohol Beverage and Tobacco Laws for Retailers

Wisconsin Department of Revenue Alcohol Beverage Laws for Retailers Licenses

Wisconsin Department of Revenue: Alcohol Beverage Tax Information

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