New York Paid Family Leave (NY PFL) Premium Calculator Resources

As part of the NY PFL program, the State of New York regulates how much employers can deduct as a percentage of each employee’s wages up to a set maximum amount. Employers can choose to pay all or part of their employees’ NY PFL contributions, and employers can choose to pay more than the state rate for a private plan that meets or exceeds the state program requirements. 
To help estimate the NY PFL policy premium, the following resources are available for employers to use as references. These self-service calculation tools are available to assist employers in estimating the policy premium due for NY PFL based on an employer’s input of employee wages into the tool.*
There are two ways to calculate premium based on your billing cycle:

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Learn how to use the monthly calculator tool:

Cada trimestre

Learn how to use the quarterly calculator tool:
Please note the 2023 and 2024 calculators include the latest method for estimating policy premium based on the instructions from the State of New York and should be used moving forward. Additional instructions and usage details are available in the tools.  
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* Please note: The estimated calculations are based on guidance from the NY Superintendent applicable to basic PFL coverage for 2023 and 2024 only and are subject to change each year in accordance with NY law. The Hartford will charge premium in accordance with applicable NY law. Please see the instructions and disclaimers in the tools for more detailed information.
For NY FAQs and a deduction calculator, visit the New York State Paid Family Leave: Employer Facts webpage. Also refer to the Instructions tab of the calculator tools.
The video resources reflect how to use the calculators.
No part of these resources or tools may be forwarded, disseminated, reproduced, published, downloaded, or posted, in any way, without the permission of The Hartford. These tools are intended for the Customers and Producers doing PFML business with The Hartford, based on billing cycles that are specific to The Hartford. It is for informational purposes only and is not to be construed as legal advice. Employers and producers should be sure to consult with their own employee benefits counsel or advisor regarding their obligations under the laws of each individual state's statutory regulations.
Statutory Disability Form Series includes GBD-1850, or state equivalent and Statutory Family Leave Form Series includes GBD-1851 or state equivalent.
This informational material is subject to change as The Hartford continues to receive guidance from states and municipalities. It shall not be considered legal advice. The Hartford assumes no responsibility for legal compliance with respect to an employer’s business practices, and the views and recommendations contained herein shall not constitute The Hartford’s undertaking on a company’s behalf, or for the benefit of others, to determine or warrant that an employer’s business operations are in compliance with any law, rule, or regulation. Employers seeking resolution of specific legal or business issues, questions, or concerns regarding this topic should consult their own attorney or business advisors; and employees should continue to consult their employers’ Human Resources or other employment benefits department for guidance on the application of any law, rule, or regulation.
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