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Workers’ Comp Premium Savings and Cash Flow Summary Example
In this video, we have an example of a state-funded premium versus an SI PEO. In 2020, the state fund premium is going to be $53,261, with a few options for installment through the BWC, whether you choose annually, semi-annually, or bi-monthly, which is the most common choice.
If we choose bi-monthly in this example, every two months, they are paying $8,876, and that is 1.29% of this example’s payroll.
For the SI PEO, the savings would be $29,859 per year for this premium. This comes out of the payroll frequency, and this company pays that weekly. That lowers the price down to $574 every week, which is .72% of payroll. That is a difference of .57% or savings at $23,402.
The savings in itself is big, and it’s important. But from a cash flow standpoint, think of a company that your premiums get larger, you’re paying more money upfront for the premiums instead of the money coming out of payroll, so it helps with cash flow.
Overall, this example shows you that the workers’ comp savings premium for a self-insured PEO compared to the BWC should be anywhere from 20-50%.
If you want to learn more about how you can save on workers’ comp premiums with a PEO, contact us at SuretyHR today.