Why pre-pay or overpay your
protect your cash flow.
Improve Cash FlowPay only what you owe, as you owe it, based on your actual payroll data. No big pre-payments or year-end surprises.
Let Us Do It AllWe link your Intuit Payroll to your Workers' Comp, calculate what's owed each pay period, and send your payment automatically to your carrier. Simple.
Traditional vs. Workers' Compensation Payment Service:
How Does it Work?
Traditional workers' comp plans burden small business owners who have precious cash flow and little time.
How they work: you must estimate your payroll for the next year, and pay a large sum up-front. Then, at the end of the year, your insurance carrier performs an audit to see if you owe even more.
How Intuit's Workers' Compensation Payment Service works: You estimate nothing; you pre-pay nothing. By coupling your workers' comp and payroll systems, Workers' Compensation Payment Service automatically pays your Workers' Comp premiums every pay period based on your actual payroll data. You never pay too much, too little, or a late fee for forgetting to send a payment.
That probably means you are a new employer—congratulations on this exciting milestone! Here are the nuts and bolts you maybe wondering:
Why do I need Workers' Compensation insurance?
It is required in most states and an important way to protect your business. If an employee gets injured or sick while on the job, your business is financially responsible. With workers' comp, your insurance will kick in and protect you from government fines and penalties, as well as possible lawsuits from injured employees. It's a win-win.What is required in my state?
Are you tired of large pre-payments? Too many surprises at year-end audits? 12,000 small businesses share your pain and have switched to Intuit's Workers' Compensation Payment Service.
Why should I switch plans?
You don't pre-pay wages, so why pre-pay insurance? By connecting Intuit's payroll system with Workers' Compensation Payment Service, you pay your premiums when you run your actual payroll - paying only what you owe and not a penny more.
What Happens Next?
Five easy steps:
Do I pay any fees?
Only a modest $5 monthly fee for the use of the Intuit Workers' Compensation Payment Service, regardless of how many employees you have or the size of your payroll. This will be seamlessly added to your payroll invoice from Intuit. This fee is separate from any premium charged for the workers' comp insurance policy by AP Intego Insurance Group. If you are an Assisted Payroll customer, there will be no additional charge for the Workers' Compensation Payment Service.Request a Free Quote