Massachusetts Custodian of Veteran's Funds

Bond amount in Massachusetts is based on the amount of the veteran's funds. Rates will vary based on the size
and circumstances. FREE QUOTES!

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This Surety Bond is required by the Department of Veterans Affairs of persons (custodians) in Massachusetts appointed to take charge of a veteran's funds. Surety Bonds are required when the fund balance exceeds $20,000.

To apply, click on the No Obligation Quote button and complete the application that follows. Also, send a copy of the correspondence you received from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Also, if you have been previously serving as Custodian, please be sure to send a copy of the last Federal Fiducary's Account that was approved by the Veterans Administration.

We have many sureties willing to write these bonds and the price will vary based on the size and circumstances. We will be happy to provide a FREE QUOTE after receiving your information.

Please be sure to send us the copy of the correspondence you received from the Veteran's Administration.

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  Here’s How it Works:

1. Click for Quote, fill out PDF. 2. Click Submit. 3. Get your Exact Quote emailed to you.
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Massachusetts has some of the most historically important locations in the United States. The town of Plymouth is the site of Plymouth Rock, where the Mayflower first came ashore in America.

As one of our countries first states, Massachusetts is also a leader in education. The first college, Harvard University, was founded in 1636 and the first public school began in Boston in 1635.

Speaking of Boston, if you have ever been to the city you may have noticed a Dunkin Donut's on nearly every corner. Coincidence or not, the first store in the now famous chain was built in Quincy.

Those who participate in witchcraft would have faced execution in the state hundreds of years ago. Salem, Massachusetts has been made famous by the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 in which dozens of people were charged with engaging in wicked activity and were hung.

Next Thanksgiving, give thanks to Plymouth. The first Thanksgiving Day took place in the town in 1621. Want to watch history repeat itself? Visit the Boston Harbor in December 16th. Every year the state holds a reenactment of the Boston Tea Party there.

While Revere Beach was the first in the U.S. open to the public, it is now a major entertainment complex. The area has horse racing, dog racing, and a large movie theater.

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