If you are in business in NY or NJ...
If you have a payroll...
You need to read this
If you are paying for Workers' Compensation for your employees, chances are you have been overpaying for your premiums.
Like most people, I never really thought about Workers Comp. The only time I remember using the phrase was about 20 years ago... when I broke my finger at work. Not much of a case, either. Turns out writers don't really use their pinky much.
But now that I'm involved, I have a new perspective. I'm working with Compensation Refund Co., a group that gets employers refunds for overcharges on Workers Compensation insurance premiums. It's a recession-friendly business: Every company or organization should want to try to see if they're eligible for getting money back at no risk. It's like getting your own stimulus package!
Most people, though, don't even think about Workers Comp after paying the bill to the insurance company.
But you should think about it. If you have a payroll, most likely you have a refund coming to you!
Compensation Refund Co. doesn't sell insurance. They just audit the auditors, investigate the errors and get back refunds. How big are the refunds? See for yourself: How-to Guide for Businesses on Getting Refunds for Overcharges with No Effort