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Insurance Premium Audit Services

Insurance premiums are a complicated calculation of risk exposure i.e., payroll, sales, vehicle count, number of employees, general liability, etc. Most businesses will be required to carry at least Workers’ Compensation and General Liability Insurance, which will be audited to verify estimated exposure premiums once a year by your insurance carrier. At times the audits can get complicated, cumbersome and stressful.  However, you can pass audit without breaking a sweat with PayDay Masters’ advanced technology tools and proprietary services.

Insurance premium audits save you money because it is common to be paying more than necessary. PayDay Masters offers expert insurance auditing services for small businesses and individuals in New Jersey, New York and Texas. Workers’ comp and health, property and liability insurance policies can be expensive. Our auditing services let you pay for only what you need. We also offer Pay-As-You-Go Workers’ Compensation services, so that you can rest assured to never end up with any surprises come audit time.

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Check out our payroll, bookkeeping, taxation and advisory services. The more we do….the more we can help you master your small business. Contact us today for a free quote! 

If you woke up the other day to find the government stimulus check in your bank account, Congratulations! This article isn’t for you.  If you haven't received your Economic Impact payment from the IRS yet, here are some reasons why.

As of today, Self Employed business owners and Independent Contractors can apply for financial hardship relief through the SBA's $349 Billion potentially forgivable Paycheck Protection Program loan.  The program, which opened a week earlier on April 3rd, was initially only open only to applications from businesses that had had payroll and employees up until at least February of 2020.  
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