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Pay As You Go Workers' Comp for Payroll Companies

Workers’ Comp Insurance Service for Payroll Companies

Pay As You Go Workers' Comp for Payroll CompaniesIt seems that payroll companies are on the rise, and more and more they are looking for workers’ comp coverage for their clients.

Wouldn’t your payroll clients like to be free of the hassle of yearly audits?
Are they sick of massive deposits and big down payments?
Are they frustrated because they can’t find coverage?

We may be ably to help your payroll company with our “Pay As You Go” workers’ comp program. Premiums can be paid as earned, by rating the current payroll against the correct comp codes. Audits can be minimized, made less painful or possibly done away with completely.

This program is designed for payroll companies and their insurance agents. Please have your insurance agent contact us to find out about this income stream that is being left by the wayside.

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PEO Services In Alabama

PEO Services in Alabama

PEO Services In AlabamaAlabama is a friendly state towards PEOs, so there is rarely a problem finding a match for your specific needs here.

Alabama is a “loss-cost” state, where the workers’ comp carriers can set their own rates by showing their own claims history. The rates must be approved, but still, it is possible to be competitive by changing carriers from time to time, and that includes PEOs.

We have PEO partners in the following locations:
Birmingham, Dothan, Mobile, Montgomery, Muscle Shoals / Florence, Columbus, and Gadsden just to name a few.

Here is an article that explains a little more about PEO Services: Why Use a PEO?

If you would like to get some more information on a quote, please use the form below:

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