Alcohol Tax Bonds and TTB Bonds are umbrella terms that refer to a multitude of different surety bonds that are required on the federal level for licensure to conduct business in the sale, manufacture, or warehousing of alcohol and tobacco products. The various surety bonds required are the Tobacco Bonds (Form 5200.26), the Brewer’s Bond (Form 5130.22), the Wine Bond (5120.36), and the Distilled Spirits Bond (5110.56). TTB is short for Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.
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Alcohol Tax/TTB Bonds are in place to ensure the United States receives payment of all taxes, including penalties and interest, for which the principal (business) becomes liable under 26 U.S.C. Chapter 51 and Chapter 52.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), administers the licenses and requires a surety bond in pursuant to Title 26 U.S. Code, Chapter 51 and Chapter 52. The Obligee on all four bond forms is the United States.
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Please visit the Bureau’s website at TTB.gov for information regarding the licensing process.
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