Pay employer premiums

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Learn what you’ll need to make a payment, what happens if payment is late and how to check your statement balance.

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How to pay premiums

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We send employers a statement of account, which includes the premium amount and due date(s) for payment. Employers pay annual premiums in two instalments: April 1 and Sept. 1 of the same year. If payment is late, interest accrues on overdue accounts. Learn more about premium rates.

To check your balance or due dates, log in to your WCB online account. With a WCB online account, you can view your current balance owing and sign up to be notified by email when you have a new bill. This will ensure you don’t miss a payment with the WCB.

To make a payment, you will need:

  • your firm’s name
  • your WCB firm number

Payment options:

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1. By credit card

There is a minimum payment of $5 and a maximum of $10,000 per payment period.

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2. Through your bank’s online or telephone banking service

(Payee is Sask Workers Compensation)

3. By phone with a credit card

Call the WCB’s employer services department at 306.787.4370 or toll-free at 1.800.667.7590. *

4. By mail

Payment must be received in our office by the due date. Please ensure adequate time for processing.

Send a cheque payable to:

Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board
200-1881 Scarth St.
Regina SK S4P 4L1

5. In person:

Visit our Regina office at 200-1881 Scarth St. or our Saskatoon office at 115 24th St. E.

6. Create a WCB online account:

A WCB online account allows employers to pay premiums, submit annual payroll information, request clearances and letters of good standing and view injury cost information.

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We accept American Express®, MasterCard®, Debit MasterCard®, Visa and Visa Debit.

Are you part of the interjurisdictional trucking and transport industry?

Find out how to make the reporting of drivers’ earnings and the payment of premiums simpler.

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For specific inquiries

If you are:

  • ready to register your business
  • requesting a clearance or a letter of good standing
  • revising or updating your payroll
  • discussing your statement of account and/or making a payment

Employer services department

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For general inquiries, contact us.

Employer Resource Centre