Workers Compensation Insurance
Traditionally, businesses have had only one way to pay their workers’ compensation premium: up front and based on an educated guess – not exactly a payment strategy most smart business owners would advocate. Now Americhex offers a better way through our insurance partner. Check out our pay as you go workers’ compensation insurance product.
No Up Front Deposits/Greater Cash-Flow
Traditional billing methods ask you to fund between 25-100% of your estimated annual premium up front. Rather than paying for your insurance up to a year in advance and tying up vital cash, with Pay As You Go (PAYG) workers’ comp, you pay your premium as you go, one payroll period at a time and keep far more capital in your business.
Pay As You Go Workers' Compensation
Save Time and Money
With PAYG there are no checks to write or payments to remember, allowing you to spend far more time focusing on your business instead of workers’ compensation paperwork. And unlike traditional billing options, with PAYG there are no installment-billing fees from insurance companies.
Decrease or Eliminate Audit Expenses
Because traditional billing policies are based on an estimated premium, they can’t adjust to unexpected payroll changes, resulting in costly and time-consuming audits.
Conversely, PAYG accurately accounts for payroll changes by calculating your premium every pay cycle and adjusting your bill accordingly.
While PAYG doesn’t guarantee that you will not be audited, it certainly lowers the cost, time and complexity associated with traditional billing audits and in most cases eliminates the need completely.
Testimonials From Our Clients
Copenbarger & Ross, Attorneys at Law
L. Thompson, Bookkeeper
Frontline Selling, LLC
A. Scher, Administrator
Alma Animal Hospital, P.A.
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F. Samaroo, Office Manager
L. Paik, Owner
B. King, President
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A. Hsu, Owner
E. Alford, Office Manager
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P. Turner, Business Manager
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R. Franks-Little, Owner
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