The ability to provide a bond can open up opportunities to bid on municipal and state contracts
Surety bonds are a comprehensive and reliable instrument that can help you minimize risks in your construction projects
There are many types of bonds that you may need, such as Bid Bonds, Payment and Performance Bonds, Permit & Licensing, and Probate & Estate Administration
Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group has many available options including, agency or company issuance, direct bill or agency bill, and automatic renewals on loss-free business may be available.
What is a Surety Bond?
A surety bond guarantees someone will perform work as specified in a contract, or that someone will make an agreed upon payment to another party.
Typically, bonds are required for local, state and federal construction projects to help safeguard public funds used for the projects. Examples include Bid Bonds and Payment and Performance Bonds.
License and Permit Bonds
These may be required to obtain a license or permit in many cities, counties, states, or other political subdivisions. They may be required for a number of reasons, including the payment of certain taxes and fees as a condition for selling products such as motor vehicles or contracting services.
Public Official Bonds
This type of bond will protect against dishonesty and lack of faithful performance by a public official. Statutes and ordinances may require these bonds.
ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act)
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) was created to protect employee benefit plans against loss by acts of fraud or dishonesty. The ERISA policy limit must equal 10 % of the fund’s value up to maximum limit of $500,000 per plan. We can provide mandatory ERISA coverage in a simplified format.