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Payroll Reporting

Reporting your payroll

When you report your payroll to Texas Mutual, it helps us confirm that the payroll you anticipated for the year is accurate as your business fluctuates and changes. This helps ensure you pay for the right amount of coverage. When your policy begins, we let you know if you need to report payroll, and how often.

How to report payroll

You can report your payroll online by logging in. If you don’t yet have a login, it takes just two minutes to set yours up. Choose the option to report payroll when asked what functions you’d like on your online account.

In the future, you will receive an email to remind you when it’s time to submit your payroll report. Simply log in, click the payroll reporting tab, and follow the prompts.

The system will calculate your payment amount. You’ll review the report for accuracy and submit it. You can then pay online (with a direct draft from your bank account) or print a ready-to-mail invoice to send in with your check. We also offer autopay to eligible policyholders.

You may also receive a payroll reporting form through mail, but we encourage you to report online to make the process simpler and quicker.

What you'll need to report

There are two steps you'll complete when reporting: determining your gross payroll for the current pay period, and letting us know which class codes the payroll is under. To make reporting as quick as possible, it's helpful to have this information ready when you log in. But if you need to save your progress and come back later, you can stop and save a report.

See detailed instructions for reporting payroll

Need assistance?

We’re here to help. If you have additional questions about reporting your payroll, visit our payroll reporting FAQs, call (800) 859-5995, or email us at information@texasmutual.com.

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