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United States workers who are out of work due to no fault of their own are eligible for unemployment benefits for up to 26 weeks. When the unemployment rate is high, benefits may be paid for additional weeks... More »

Unemployment benefits - Wikipedia

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Unemployment benefits are social welfare payments made by the state or other authorized ..... If the individual does not qualify for any unemployment benefit he may still be eligible for the housing...

Receiving unemployment benefits - 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

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Where does the money come from? In most states, unemployment compensation is financed by employer contributions through a payroll tax. In a few states, ...

Where Do Unemployment Benefit Funds Come From? - Eligibility.com

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Feb 11, 2016 ... The amount collected by each state varies as does the amount of income it ... The unemployment insurance tax money is placed into three pots: ...

Unemployment Insurance benefits, an employer's guide

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The New York State Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program provides weekly income ... can collect UI benefits and tells you what to do when a former employee files a ..... New or Corrected Information: If an employer does not provide new or ...

Unemployment Benefits A Federal-State Lifeline - US Government

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Unemployment benefits represent the first and perhaps last line of defense against the ripple effect of ... Where does the money to pay those benefits come from?

9 things you need to know about unemployment insurance - The ...

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Apr 24, 2014 ... Who should be eligible? How long should people get benefits? And where will the money come from? Here are nine things you need to know.

Unemployment 101: Who pays for jobless benefits, anyway ...

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Feb 9, 2011 ... Employers pay state and federal taxes to cover all those unemployment checks. But with unemployment at 9 percent, those taxes aren't enough ...

The Unemployment Benefits System: How it Works and When to ...

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May 2, 2016 ... unemployment benefits, defending unemployment claims, ... In most states, self- employment time spent and amount earned does not count ...

How Do Unemployment Claims Affect an Employer?

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Unemployment insurance (UI) claims all have some effect on an employer, but the ... By the same token, not all money paid for personal services falls under the ... "employing unit", but does not thereby become an "employer" liable to report the ...