Texas Mutual wants to make the premium audit process as seamless as possible for policyholders. To help you understand the process, we provided answers to the most common questions about premium audit below. If you still have questions, visit our FAQs, see our glossary of premium audit terms or call us at (800) 859-5995.
Why is a premium audit necessary?
Workers' compensation policies have adjustable premiums. The premium for your policy when it was issued was based on operations and estimated payroll exposures you provided during the application process. The final premium is calculated after the policy expires and is based on your actual payroll exposure during the policy period. An audit also ensures that your business is correctly classified by verifying your operations in greater detail. The final audit ensures that you have paid the correct premium.
What types of premium audits are available
Premium audits may be performed in a few different ways:
- Physical audit - Visit by a field auditor is required
- Telephone audit - Conducted over the phone
- Online audit - Audit information is input online by the policyholder