Youth sports get break: New law could cut Worker's Comp premiums dramatically

State lawmakers scored a goal for youth sports this spring when they approved a bill that could save some clubs thousands of dollars in present or future insurance premiums. Starting July 1, not-for-profits that have employees and pay youth coaches part time under an independent contractor arrangement will not have to provide Worker's Compensation benefits for those coaches. State Sen. Murray Clark, R-Indianapolis, said he had travel teams or clubs in sports like soccer, volleyball or baseball in mind when...

 

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