Deposit premium is determined by taking a percentage of the estimated annual premium. This percentage varies with the amount of the estimated annual premium. Here is how it works:
|Estimated annual premium||Payment basis||Minimum deposit||Additional payments during year|
|Under $2,500||Annual||100% of annual||None|
|$2,501 - $10,000||Quarterly||40% of annual||Three*|
|Over $10,000||Monthly||30% of annual||Nine*|
|*$10 service charge per installment. Such additional payments shall be in equal amounts, the sum of which, when added to the deposit premium, shall equal 100 percent of the estimated annual premium. Estimated annual premium and the payment schedule are subject to adjustment, interim or final audit, and applicant may select a higher deposit percentage at inception.
The contract carrier, based on sound underwriting practices, has the right to make appropriate changes in the payment basis which the employer has selected. The contract carrier will give the reasons for any change.
If your estimated annual premium equals or exceeds $250,000, you qualify for the mandatory Missouri Loss Sensitive Rating Plan. An additional 20 percent deposit is required by the plan.
|Missouri Alternate Residual Market producer fee calculation schedule|
|Calculation: Schedule times the state standard premium|
|Notes: Minimum premium is defined as standard premium (Basic Manual - Rule VII-B-1). The expense constant ordinarily is excluded from the determination of standard premium; however, when a policy is a minimum premium policy, the minimum premium becomes standard premium. Therefore, producers will be paid fees on the full minimum premium.
Producer fees applicable to the coal mine portions of a risk subject to the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act are a flat 1 percent is applied to the total charged and collected premium for the occupational disease coverage.
Treatment of disease coverage
Asb=Asbestos L=Lead S=Silica
Special instructions for individual classifications
1164, 1165, 1624, 1710
Specific Disease Loading removable when silica content of raw materials or (1165) products is less than 5 percent.
Specific Disease Loading applicable to payroll of all employees engaged in rock drilling and all employees such as muckers, tram car operators, powder men, and any others who are exposed to the hazard of silica dust arising from the rock drilling operations.
Specific Disease Loading removable when no exposure to raw materials or (4018) products developing dust of or over 5 percent free silica.
Specific Disease Loading removable when no exposure to raw materials or products developing dust of over 5 percent free silica. Specific Disease Loading shall be reduced 50% where siliceous materials, containing more than 5 percent free silica (SiO2), are restricted to cutting or polishing sludges.