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115 Timberlachen Circle, Ste 2023
Lake Mary, FL 32746
(321) 441-9056

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sales@bacbenefits.com

 

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Our Value Proposition

Through an evaluation, we provide PEO services, employee benefits, payroll processing, human resources and workers’ compensation solutions, in an effort to lower your cost of labor.

Learn more about our mission to help companies like yours reduce their labor costs.

 

Still Need To Do More Research? Here Are Some Resources To Help.

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5 Reasons Your Payroll Solution Isn't Working For You

A Complete Guide to Working With An ASO

A Complete Guide to Working With An ASO

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An Employer's Quick Diagnostic for Solving Payroll Problems

An Employer's Definitive Guide to Increased Savings With A PEO

An Employer's Definitive Guide to Increased Savings With A PEO

 
peo broker fees

Making sure that you fully understand the fees that your PEO broker is charging is an important part of ensuring that you are comfortable with this cost. Perhaps the best way to do so is to simply ask the PEO broker how he gets paid.

The fees for a PEO are worked out similarly to those involved when you obtain health insurance for your employees. These fees are typically paid by the vendor. So, you are going to make payment in one of the following ways:

  • You pay a salesperson only
  • You pay both a salesperson and a broker, and they split the fees. You do not pay any extra fees if both of these individuals are involved
  • You pay a broker only

The important fact to remember is that you do not pay more if a broker is involved, so you shouldn't worry about the broker getting a few percentage points. In fact, if the broker has any skills at all, he is going to save you money in the long run.

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