Include a cover letter if there are/were any changes to the Business Name or policy number during 2001-2008, and if there is a difference between the Business Name and the name on the bank account number. The bank routing number is unnecessary. Somehow the Court can deposit money into the account once it is satisfied […]
If the Sworn Proof of Claim is deficient, you will have 20 days to cure it. Here are the questions I have already asked. (The person who called back left the toll free number which does not enable you to talk to a human being.) What if the Business Name has changed since you got […]
If you got an envelope from San Allen Inc v. Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, open it. If you got more than one form, keep them all. You are part of a class action lawsuit that the BWC has settled for $420 million. If you return the claim form correctly by October 22, 2014, you will […]
You will get 60% of your 7/1/12-6/30/13 premiums rebated thanks to Another Billion Back. But you MUST report your payroll and pay your premiums by the close of business on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. The rebate check will be mailed in October.
The policy year will continue to be July 1 through June 30. As always, report your payroll in August 2014 and February 2015, and pay your premium. The deadline to enroll in group rating for the 7/1/15 policy year will be November 24, 2014, not the end of February. In August 2015, you will report […]
The close of business on Tuesday, September 3, 2013 is the deadline to report payroll for the first half of 2013. The usual deadline is August 30, but it’s the Saturday of Labor Day weekend so the next business day is Tuesday.
What is the auditor looking for? Are the payroll numbers reported to ODJFS (unemployment comp) and the IRS the same as the payroll numbers reported to the BWC? Are the manuals assigned to the employer correct? Does the employer need additional classifications? Is each employee’s payroll reported under the correct classification? Has the construction workers […]
On 11/15/12, the BWC introduced a new My Policy page for employers. It is a dashboard of the information an employer needs most often. Your TPA or other representative will not have access to this page, but can find the same information scattered throughout the BWC website.
For payroll reported in 2012, the minimum for officers, partners, sole proprietors, etc. is $405 per week or $10,530 per six months.
Ohio workers’ comp premiums are due by August 31, 2012. Payment must be received by the BWC on or before 8/31/12. Mailed payments must be received, not postmarked, by 8/31/12. The BWC is more strict than the IRS!