27 CFR 41.121 - Amount and account of bond.

§ 41.121 Amount and account of bond.
(a) Bond amount. Except for the maximum and minimum amounts stated in this paragraph, the total amount of the bond or bonds required under this subpart must be in an amount not less than the amount of unpaid tax chargeable at any one time against the bond or bonds. The maximum and minimum amounts of such bond or bonds are as follows:
Taxable article Bond amount maximum (in dollars) Bond amountminimum (in dollars)
(1) Cigarettes 250,000 1,000
(2) Any combination of taxable articles 250,000 1,000
(3) One kind of taxable article other than cigarettes 150,000 1,000
(b) Bond account. Where the amount of a bonded manufacturer's bond is less than the maximum amount prescribed in paragraph (a) of this section, the bonded manufacturer must maintain an account reflecting all outstanding taxes for which the manufacturer's bond is chargeable. A manufacturer must debit that account with the amount of tax that was agreed to be paid under § 41.111 or that is otherwise chargeable against the bond and then must credit the account for the amount paid on TTB F 5000.25 or other TTB-prescribed document, at the time it is filed. A manufacturer who will defer payment of tax for a shipment of tobacco products or cigarette papers or tubes under this subpart must have sufficient credit in this account to cover the taxes prior to making the shipment to the United States.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1513-0108)
[T.D. ATF-444, 73 FR 16757, Mar. 31, 2008]

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