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Be ready without it costing a fortune.

Workers' Compensation Pay As You Go

Traditional workers' compensation insurance in which your annual payroll is estimated can be a cash flow nightmare. If you estimate too low, then you will have a nasty surprise in the form of a lump sum additional premium due at the end of the policy period. If you estimate too high, then you’ve overpaid and the insurance carrier is holding your money. And the 20% down payment is due up front in either case. The solution is Pay-As-You-Go Workers’ Compensation insurance premium payments.

PayMaster has teamed up with several major workers' compensation carriers to offer automatic direct payment of insurance premiums as part of your regular payroll processing. Premiums are calculated based on actual payroll using a complex process that considers the workers' classifications, premium discounts and mod factors and remitting them to the insurance carrier with each payroll. The result is that many insurance carriers will forego a down payment and there will not be any audit surprises at the end of the policy period.

Payroll processing and workers' compensation insurance are vital concerns to any business. Outsourcing to PayMaster is not only cost efficient, it will eliminate cash flow nightmares at audit time.

The following is a partial list of some of the carriers we work with:


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