how much does workmans comp. coverage cost a small business?
contact a broker, ask about class codes 9096, 9008 or 9015.. Your probably around $1,500 depening on what state u r from... U dont need to provide health.... Not mandatory
by j b - 3 hours ago
It's based on payroll, and class, with a minimum premium. You are not required to provide ANY health insurance. Workers comp for janitorial class costs 15% of your payroll, subject to a $1700 minimum premium, subject to audit at the end of the year. General liability is going to run you another $2,000. Varies by state, of course, so you'll have to get REAL quotes from a local agent.
by mbrcatz - 3 hours ago
It depends on many things including what state you are in and your industry SIC code. Contact a commercial insurance broker for more details.
by kj566 - 3 hours ago
It depends on your payroll, and the class codes under which you operate. I don't know about having to provide health insuarance for your employees, but the workers comp cannot be determined until you know the payroll and the rates.
by INS CSR-L.A. County - 3 hours ago
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