Definition of "Tax multiplier"

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Trish Lambert, Real Estate Agent Long and Foster at Lake Anna

Factor applied in retrospective rating in order to increase the basic premium to cover state premium taxes for liability and workers compensation insurance. For example, if a state premium tax is 2%, the tax multiplier used in the formula to determine the retrospective premium would be 1.02.

 

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