Welcome to the New York State Insurance Fund
The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) was established in 1914 as part of the original enactment of the New York Workers' Compensation Law. The Fund's mission is to guarantee the availability of workers' compensation insurance at the lowest possible cost to employers while maintaining a solvent fund, as well as provide timely and appropriate indemnity and medical payments to injured workers. NYSIF is a self-supporting insurance carrier that competes with private insurers in both the workers' compensation and disability benefits markets in New York State.
NEWS & MEDIA
NYSIF Releases 2017 Annual ReportJuly 31, 2018
NYSIF Disability Benefits
August 2, 2018
Payroll Reports Reminder
Attention DB/PFL Policyholders: If you received a phone call from NYSIF about your disability benefits payroll report, please be assured it's legitimate! NYSIF recently introduced a new automated telephone messaging system to remind policyholders to submit outstanding payroll reports. NYSIF’s recorded message directs policyholders to nysif.com to submit electronically and provides more information on how to obtain a hard copy. We encourage you to report your payroll timely to minimize premium adjustments. Log in to your NYSIF account to submit a payroll report online.
NYSIF Offers New Premium Audit Documents UploadJune 8, 2018
NYSIF is pleased to announce a new feature on nysif.com, enabling workers’ compensation policyholders and their representatives to conveniently and securely upload financial records in lieu of an on-premise audit or to resolve an audit issue. The new process securely delivers the audit documents to the appropriate NYSIF auditor. Examples of forms that can be uploaded include employee tax forms, income tax returns, payroll tax returns, contracts, invoices, general ledger and certificates. We encourage policyholders and their representatives to take advantage of this time-saving application. You will need your policy number and your audit number or appointment ID to get started.