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8. What do I do when I overpay (or pay twice) my labor insurance premium?

  1. If you have overpaid your insurance premium because of the incorrect information reflected on the payment invoice, please submit a written application for rectifying the error. After the Bureau has verified the mistake, it will incorporate your overpayment into your next month's insurance premium. In other words, the amount overpaid will be deducted from the amount due for the next month, and such offset will be reflected on your payment invoice.
     
  2. If you have overpaid your insurance premium because you made the payment twice, the insured unit must submit a refund request form. After the premium has been paid, the Bureau shall send a refund notification letter along with a refund receipt and application form to the insured unit, who shall then complete the form, stamp it with one's seal, and send it back to the Bureau for completing the refund request procedure. If the insured unit does not request a refund, the Bureau will deduct the overpaid amount from the amount due for the next month, which will be reflected on your payment invoice.
     
Last Update:2019-08-20
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