The Benefits of a Pay-as-You-Go Workers’ Compensation Product

In August 12, 2020
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As a business, workers’ compensation coverage is essential. It protects you and your employees from accidents and injuries on the job. What most workers’ compensation policies fail to tell you, though, is that the company charges you an estimate, not the actual premium that you owe based on your unique needs.

Pay-as-You-Go Options Free Up More of Your Resources Right Away

Dig deep enough, and you’ll realize that the company is overcharging you for your workers’ compensation product. That doesn’t need to be the case for long! Precise Payroll offers you extra flexibility with our pay-as-you-go workers’ comp product. The benefits that come with switching to us is undeniable.

Here are some of the things that you have to look forward to:

  • An improved cash flow. You’ll have more money to spend on the things that you need for your company when you’re not being charged too much for workers’ comp protection.
  • Payment based on the premium incurred, not a ballpark figure. Know exactly what your company owes, not a projected figure that makes you lose money fast.
  • Electronic payments that synch with your payroll processing. Eliminate the need for extra labor through complicated payment plans.
  • Less stress at the end of the year during your insurance audit. Everything is in black and white for you to submit to the appropriate authorities.

If you’re ready to explore all of the things that Precise Payroll can do for you, don’t hesitate to call us right away. The number to reach us at is 1-877-561-0222 with your request for service today. Pay-as-you-go workers’ comp is one of the many services that we provide to our customers.

Let Us Come Up with a Custom Package of Services for You

If you need assistance with payroll processing, too, let us know so we can come up with a custom package of services to meet your needs. Your satisfaction is our priority. Do what you can today to save your company money on workers’ comp insurance.

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