Login | Join | Write a Review
Add Your Business | Login to the Business Center
What? (e.g. Restaurants or Psychics)
Where? (e.g. Maspeth, NY or 11378)
 

Salisbury, Maryland - Bonds Surety & Fidelity search results Premier Listings

Laurie Castelli
Help Your Loved One Get Out Of Jail Fast. Call Now!
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Mark G Vastine
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Kara A Lewis
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones--Financial Advisor: Kelley Selph
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Randy O'Neal
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Liz Skibbie
Making Sense of Investing
Financial Advisor: Jessica A Eisemann
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Ed Townsend
Making Sense of Investing
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Dennis W Hopson
Making Sense of Investing
Are You a Quality Residential Contractor?
Grow your business with qualified quote requests from homeowners
 
Bond Terms for Newly Minted Economists

Two months ago, relatively few Americans could define the term, "debt ceiling." Today, most of us know exactly what it is and how it effects us. That's the hidden upside of the current economic downturn, it's slowly turning average Americans into economic experts. One part of the financial world that is still a mystery to most of us is the world of bonds. These financial instruments are the backbone of large scale economics and are used for everything from protecting businesses against fraud to funding large commercial projects. In many ways, they act as a sort of insurance policy for businesses providing security on their investment. If you're one of those people who is interested in learning about the world of bonds, here are some terms you should know.

  • Bond Auction - An auction where financial institutions bid on debt instruments or bonds for their portfolios. The winning bidder holds the bond and receives interest until the project or financial obligation is completed.
  • Fidelity Bond - This type of bond is used by businesses as a sort of insurance on the actions of specific employees. For example, a tech firm may take out a fidelity bond on an engineer who is working on a high stakes project.
  • Indemnity Bond - These bonds are used by financial institutions to cover their potential losses on a loan. On a large commercial real estate project, an indemnity bond may be issued by the bank to provide security against losses if the developer goes bankrupt before the building is finished.
  • Surety Bond - A surety bond is a three party arrangement that guarantees a financial obligation is met. The bond is given to the Obligee from the principal (who is responsible for paying) and the surety who issues it.
  •  
    You Walk Bail Bond Agency
    Make sure you have the needs of your business covered with help from our local Salisbury area surety and fidelity bonds services. Our bondsman help you take control of your business finances.
    AARP Hartford Auto Insurance
    Call today for an appointment
     
    Sort By Limit By City Distance
    A A Bonding Inc
    14624 Main St, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    Proudly serving all of Maryland all day, every day so you can get the bonds you need. Call today. CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE.
    (301) 627-3111
    Hi-tech Bailbonds
    8630-M Guilford Rd., Columbia, MD 21046
    If your jailed relation is eligible for bail, we can arrange for him or her to be released pending an appearance in court. "If You've Got CASH, We'll FREE Your A_(shh)-BUTT " !
    (443) 625-6791
    No Limit Bail Bonds
    101 W Chesapeake Avenue, Suite 5553, Towson, MD 21286
    Contact No Limit Bailbonds in Baltimore MD, Visit our website for more info about our bailbonds, notary, private investigation, bond hearings and more please contact us at (410) 244-5030.
    (410) 244-5030
    Avery Hall Insurance Group
    308 E Main St, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 742-5111
    Hanna Kremer and Tilghman Insurance
    1 Plaza E, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 749-0116
    Mann & Gray Insurance Associates LLC
    100 S Camden Ave, Fruitland, MD 21826
    (410) 546-5575
    Harrington Insurance Inc
    508 Poplar St, Cambridge, MD 21613
    (410) 228-5000
    Bayside Insurance Associates
    706 Idlewild Ave, Easton, MD 21601
    (410) 822-2800
    Harrington Insurance Inc
    904 S Talbot St, Saint Michaels, MD 21663
    (410) 822-5087
    Raley Watts & O'Neill Insurance & Financial Servic
    22934 Three Notch Rd Unit B, California, MD 20619
    (301) 863-6625
    The Bond Agency.Com
    846 Walker Rd, Dover, DE 19904
    (302) 678-9399
    Records-Gebhart Insurance
    2 N Market St, Smyrna, DE 19977
    (302) 653-9211
    Pratt Insurance Inc
    4 Village Sq, Smyrna, DE 19977
    (302) 653-6681
    International Bonding & Construction Services
    191 Main St Ste 200, Annapolis, MD 21401
    (410) 268-7008
    Chesapeake Insurance Group
    151 West St Ste 300, Annapolis, MD 21401
    (410) 841-5320


    Few people know much about surety and fidelity bonds. But that is unfortunate, because these security bonds can be incredibly useful, and they're certainly worth learning a little about. A surety bond is a promise, or contract, made by an obligee party and a principle party. The principal generally promises, or is liable, to pay the obligee, if he or she breaks their contract or obligation. Surety bonds, in this way, protect obligees from sustaining major monetary losses. They also cut down on potential court costs, because the terms of the contract and claim are easily understood. And the parties involved would have no reason to settle the dispute or liability in court. A fidelity bond, similarly, is a type of insurance protection, offered by a commercial insurance company. As a form of insurance protection, it covers policy holders for any losses they may incur due to the fraudulent acts of others. Most often, fidelity bonds are taken out by business owners to protect them from losses incurred by employees. This bond, or insurance policy, protects the security of the company from fraudulent employees interested in Both of these bonds are a type of bid bond. Bid bonds guarantee that a contractor will enter a contract if offered a winning bid. Both of these bonds are also a type of indemnity. Indemnity guarantees that one party must pay a second party for losses or damages suffered due to some sort of catastrophe or negligence caused by the first party. These bonds are easy to manage, and can be renewed or replaced at any time. They also involve little risk.
    Showing Listings 1 - 15 of 54
      next page  
     
    Related Categories
     
    Nearby Cities
     

    Add your Business
    Stop playing hide and seek. Get found and gain traffic with MagicYellow.com