One way to find out if you were overcharged for workers comp premiums is to have Alper use its Audit Rate department review your employee allocations, rates and actual premium (including final audit) charges to see if a refund is due. This process provides a couple of benefits. If you were overcharged, you get a refund. If you find errors in the policy, you will know what they are going forward, which allows you to take steps to avoid them. In either case, it means more dollars in your pocket.
Just so you know, there is a success fee (percent of refunds) if Audit Rate finds you some dollars. I use them all the time and seldom walk away without some sort of refund. You can contact Bobette Puckett at 312-867-7351 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Garry Bartecki is the managing member of GB Financial Services LLP and VP Finance for the Associated Equipment Distributors. He can be reached at (708) 347-9109 or email@example.com.