WCRB 2020 Annual Report The State of Wisconsin, Office of the Commissioner of Insurance has approved an overall decrease in rate level of 5.44% effective October 1, 2021.In addition to the premium level adjustment, the following changes were approved: no change in the maximum minimum premium of $900; no change in the minimum premium multiplier of 180; no change in the expense constant of $220; no change in the premium threshold for experience rating eligibility of $7,750; no change in split point of $17,000; increase in per claim accident limitation from $249,500 to $253,500; overall decrease in premium level of 15.70% in F classifications; increase in the annual remuneration used to calculate premiums for sole proprietors and partners from $54,652 to $56,888; increase in the value of lodging received by employees as part of their pay to $151.96 per week or $21.71 per day; the value of meals increased to $136.85 per week or $6.52 per meal; increase in the maximum remuneration for executive officers to $1,641 per week; increase in the minimum remuneration for executive officers to $328 per week; decrease in the Retrospective Rating Tax Multiplier from 1.075 to 1.071 for F classes; increase in the Retrospective Rating Tax Multiplier from 1.039 to 1.040 for state classes; decrease in the USLH&W percentage from 61% to 60%; no change in the rate option of $0.00, $0.01, or $0.02 per $100 of payroll for terrorism coverage (TRIA); assigned risk policies are charged $0.02 per $100 of payroll; no change in the rate option of $0.00 or $0.01 per $100 of payroll for catastrophe (other than Certified Acts of Terrorism); assigned risk policies are charged $0.01 per $100 of payroll. 4'