Workers’ Compensation


Priority One Payroll provides you the best solution for workers’ compensation needs powered by AP Intego Insurance Services.  The product solution is pay-as-you-go workers’ comp which requires low or no down payment, your premium is paid electronically on your payroll period, and your risk of audit at year end is minimized.  Intego is a specialized and focused pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation agency, works with the best insurance companies, and will do their best to provide you the lowest possible premium, all this coupled with this fantastic pay-as-you-go workers’ comp product.



Priority One Payroll is one of the few payroll service providers in New York State to be approved with the NYS Insurance Fund PAYGO program. NYSIF PAYGO is a simple and convenient way for eligible policyholders to pay their workers’ compensation insurance through approved payroll processors.


Benefits of the Priority One Payroll, Workers’ Compensation program are clear:

  • No down payment
  • No checks to write
  • No monthly billing
  • Improves cash flow
  • Accurate calculations based on actual payroll figures rather than estimates
  • Minimizes the audit adjustment at policy year end
  • Superior Customer Service

Our Partners

  • AP Intego
  • The Hartford
  • Guard Insurance
  • Travelers
  • CNA
  • Amtrust


How Does It Work?

The Advantages of Pay-As-You-Go Workers’ Compensation:

Ensures Accuracy

  • Since your premium will be based on your actually payroll as opposed to estimates, you’ll eliminate the risk of a surprise bill at the end of the year.
  • The old method utilizes estimates to determine your premium. Therefore, at the end of the year, after the year-end audit, you’ll discover what you actually owe. Unfortunately, if you underpaid, you’ll have a bill to address.

Improves Cash Flow

  • No down-payment required thus improving cash flow.
  • The old method required large down payments with payments based on estimated payroll to follow.

Saves You Time

  • Premiums are automatically withdrawn, reducing chance of audit risk.
  • The old method required writing checks and working hours with the insurance company on the audit at year-end.

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