Can retired military receive unemployment in North Carolina?
Retired service personnel are eligible for unemployment benefits if unable to find a job if they meet certain qualifications. The Related Link below gives information on that. Each state administers the program.
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Depends on what you ar looking for in a city. Here are some recommended by "Retirement Magazine." West: Waynesville, Blowing Rock, Maggie Valley. East: New Bern, Southport, Wilmington....the Beach towns.....The Golden Triangle is :Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point...towns somewhat in the center …of the state; Research Triangle: Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. (I don't think the center of the state is a place I would retire to, but it depends on what you want, unless you are from there, or have family there.)> (MORE)
I am retired military 50 my wife 46 is going to retire from the Railroad in 2019 how is our social security impacted Can she receive RR retirement while I receive military retirement?
social security is not impacted by other retirements. they are separate. Your military retirement will not affect or change your wife's retirement from the railroad. you will each have your own retirement and at age 62 or older you each will also have your own social security. however, your wife man…y not have any input to social security benefits if she has not paid into social security during her work span. best to check with social security to see where she stands with social security (MORE)
No. You can't get SSA's disability benefits unless you can prove you can't work, which would make you ineligible for the state's unemployment benefit.
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Yes, you can collect unemployment. But you still need to look for a job. If you are retire you will receive a reduced amount.
Legally, yes, but it may be a factor in whether you're approved for Social Security Disability (SSDI). While the Social Security Administration doesn't prohibit people on (SSDI) disability from receiving unemployment checks, state unemployment regulations usually require all unemployment recipien…ts to be willing and able to accept full-time work. This creates a conflict, because you're generally not eligible for Social Security disability benefits if you're capable of full-time work. For more information, see Related Questions, below. (MORE)
No. Persons who are "retired" are considered to be out of the labor pool and ineligible for unemployment insurance.
From what I've researched 1) it depends on the state, 2) for states that accept your military retirement: If your retirement from the military is the reason you are seeking unemployment then NO. If you are retired from the military and collecting a retirement check but then go to work at another job…, get laid off due to no fault of your own, and your base period is based solely on the new job then YES your military retirement has no bearing on your unemployment and you will receive unemployment. (MORE)
Not if you live in Florida, some states do not discriminate like Oregon. It is a state by state call.
Only if you don't tell them about your retirement. I retired Jan 2010 and immediately went to work FT. After 7 months, I was laid off without notice. I applied for unemployment and stated honestly that I receive a military retirement. I am a man of integrity and had no desire to falsify information …that could come back to haunt me or even be charged with a crime since it is illegal to falsify information when applying for unemployment. I was told that I did not qualify for unemployment benefits becaus I receive a military retirement. In short, in the state of Georgia, retired veterans will never be eligible for unemployment benefits because our retirement is more than the benefit. What is being lost in all this is that the state requires every employer to pay into the unemployment system for their workers. This means that the state of Georgia gets to keep the money paid by my employer because I can never qualify for unemployment benefits. This is outrageous! I guess my 24 years of service wasn't enough, they now want my unemployment benefits as well. Just their way of saying "Thanks for your service". Good Soldier (MORE)
If you plan to leave the area to look for work, or if you are moving out of the area, contact the toll-free Claimant Assistance Line at 1-877-214-3332 for instructions before you leave. While out of the area, you should keep your list of out of town job contacts, including employers' names, addresse…s, dates and results. Keep this list until you are asked to submit it to the Department. Failure to comply with this reporting requirement may result in a loss or overpayment of benefits. We recommend you contact the nearest One Stop Career Resource Center in the new state to register for work, as you will still be required to perform work search if you continue to file claims for unemployment insurance. (MORE)
If you were fired for cause then many states do not allow unemployment. The only way to know for sure is to apply.
because Northern Virginia is heavily employed by the federal government and thus far not much has been done to cut jobs in the Government. From what I have seen it has in fact grown in the sense there are more jobs there to be had from the expansion of government.
I'd say Yes, see this link, discusses Tennessee but if you read the advice, and check the table referred too, Florida & Tennessee have the same rules. Florida Unemployment site leads you to same webpage. . http://www.unemployment-tips.com/tennessee-unemployment-benefits-and-military-retirement-pe…nsions.html (MORE)
No, because teachers are contracted to work for a year (July-June), they aren't considered unemployed.
An employer is responsible for paying unemployment insurancethrough taxes in North Carolina. Employers pay at both a state andfederal level for this type of coverage on their employee.
You should check with your local unemployment office; but in almost all cases, if you are terminated for wrong doing or quit your job, you cannot collect unemployment. Otherwise, people would just get a job and do something to get fired or quit, just to get the money from unemployment. You may want …to check to see if your state is a fire at will state. That reduces your chance of collection unemployment dramatically. (MORE)
Typically the unemployment pay will be based on the amount of time you worked at the old job and the amount of money you were paid.
A truly retired person cannot. You must be ready, willing, able, and immediately available for full time work and searching for it.
Yes. When you go to the unemployment office, tell them you are a vet - there should be a special veterans unemployment specialist in the office to help you.
If you have come out of retirement, started working again, lost your job and met all the requirements other unemployed workers have to meet, then yes you can.
It depends on whether you were already receiving unemployment, and if not, then it depends on the reason you had relocated.
Your age isn't the issue. It depends on the state you work in whether they offset your unemployment benefits by your pension, or not.
Yes, you can collect unemployment. But you still need to look for a job. If you are retire you will receive a reduced amount.
Because the large metropolis of Charlotte, NC is near the state border, many who work in that financial industry city actually live across the state line in South Carolina. For example, the small city of Rock Hill, SC is considered a suburb of Charlotte. If residents of Rock Hill who work in Char…lotte lose their jobs, then their unemployment is recorded in their South Carolina state of residence. Another way that unemployment in one of the states can affect the other is by decline in vacationing. Many people may choose to vacation nearby areas for their vacation, meaning that much Myrtle Beach tourism comes from North Carolina residents and many visitors of Surf City, NC are South Carolina residents. Unemployment can prevent folks from leisure travel, however; as a result, high unemployment in one state can affect vacation business in the other. A drop in vacation business can create unemployment in that trade, too. (MORE)
If you had already qualified for and were receiving the unemployment benefits, yes. If your move was the reason to claim, then it's questionable and depends on Pennsylvania's law regarding eligibility to receive the benefits. I'm sure every state is different but about 1 year ago we had a girl qui…t due to a production warning we gave and she filed successfully for unemployment through Oklahoma. So the State of North Carolina was paying unemployment to a girl in Oklahoma who actually quit her job? If you're in the position it can't hurt to file, the worst thing to happen is your claim is denied. Another answer: As long as you qualified under the Pennsylvania law for unemployment and complied with their rules on moving to another state, then you can collect. (MORE)
Yes, if you were working since leaving the military. No, if you have not worked since being diagnosed as being disabled. You may be required to disclose your disable benefit amount when applying for unemployment.
Anyone - including retired military - can receive free legal aid in PA, but only if a) your income is low enough to qualify for services, and b) your local legal aid agency handles your type of case. Note that "legal aid" is for civil cases only. Defendants in criminal cases are entitled to a Public… Defender if they can't afford to pay for one. In civil cases, there is no guaranteed right to a lawyer; even if you can't afford one, you may not be able to get one if the legal aid agency doesn't handle your case type. There is no statewide income limit, so you will need to contact your local legal aid office and inquire about their income criteria and the types of cases they handle. This is explained at the first related link below. You can find your local agency at the second related link, where you may also find a link to the local agency's website. You can also find links to local legal aid offices, arranged by county, at the third related link; that's where I found this information. (MORE)
Because a teacher is technically not unemployed, because their contract says they return to work when school resumes, they would not be eligible. This is how most, if not all states operate regarding teachers, unfortunately.
Yes, if you qualified for Florida's unemployment and you complied with their requirements concerning moving out of state.
no..but you can receive social security.....welfare,or any other type of city help they have to offer...but you cannot receive unemployment while collecting retirement funds..
You receive unemployment benefits, if you qualify for them by, among other things, being willing, able, and actively seeking full time employment. Private retirement funds you may receive, while not retired, is addressed by the individual state's unemployment offices.
You can collect both Social Security and unemployment security benefits in all 50 states at the same time. Only 4 states (Illinois, Louisiana, Utah, and Virginia) offset unemployment by some part of the Social Security benefit.
Can you collect unemployment if fired from your current job and receiving full retirement benefits in Florida?
Because question #19 on ?Florida's application for unemployment addresses Retirement Pensions, it is possible to file when you have one, but it could also affect the amount of your benefits.
If you are being asked to resign, it sounds like a polite way to lay you off, but the employer is hoping that, by "resigning", you would be classified as a "quit" and therefore ineligible for unemployment benefits. Ask your state's employment security office for their opinion and advise.
If you mean you want to permanently retire and also draw unemployment benefits, then no, you cannot, as retirement violates the terms of the unemployment.
You can get an estimate of your benefits by checking out the Related Link below.
I heard about 2 weeks, maybe 3 if your prior employer contests oran issue arises.
Strictly speaking, no. If you haven't worked and become eligible for benefits from North Carolina, you can only receive them from California, providing you were eligible back there. What you can do, however, again if you had qualified, is to apply through the North Carolina office to receive the…m from the "liable state" (CA) through the interstate unemployment program. (MORE)
Rejoining the work force does not invalidate your eligibility to receive unemployment if you met all the requirements of working in a base period, etc.
Can you collect Social Security retirement benefits and unemployment benefits at the same time in North Carolina without a reduction of unemployment benefits?
Yes. Although you must report any earnings you receive while getting unemployment benefits, the Related Link below says you do not have to report the Social Security benefits, meaning it does not affect your unemployment.
Someone who lost a payroll employee job, and otherwise qualifies for UI benefits, gets UI and then becomes an independent contractor somewhere else? No problem. She must report all income earned, and may have UI benefits offset. Someone WAS a non-employee contractor, and lost the assignment? Zero… UI benefits from the lost assignment: she was never an employee. Employers pay no UI tax on non-employees, so they get no benefits. (MORE)
In Canada, this is what was explained to me, i am retired as well from the military. Claim unemployment upon retiring, they will count your pension and all your retirement benefits this time. I would have gotten $10 a month from unemployment. Now i have a new job, if I get fired or laid off my pensi…on is not counted the second time and I need less hours to qualify. (MORE)
In the UK no. You are only entitled to one or the other dependant on your age. Below retirement it would be JSA or retirement age and above it would SP. In the US you cannot retire and collect unemployment because, among other things, you have to be looking for full time employment, constantly, unt…il employed. (MORE)
Yes but it is offset by your retirement pay. After 20 years I only get 21 dollars a week in unemployment.
I seriously doubt it... military income is deductable from Alabama state unemployment, and with AL's unemployment as low as it is ($265/week max), any retired military pay will most likely be more and therefore disqualify the retired service member. (Just got my denial letter yesterday.) Which is cr…ap, as I've paid into AL's system for over 20 years & won't be able to use it, now when it would be helpful. Sincerely, -PissedOff (MORE)
If your retirement award didn't get added to your DD214 upon retirement, you can fill out a DD-149 - just follow the simple instructions on that form. The Army (or branch of service you were in) will send you back a DD-215 when they add the award. The DD149 is pretty self explanatory.
Only people below a certain income level can receive free Legal Aid in North Carolina. That would include retired military if your income is low enough. The income criteria vary from area to area, and so do the types of cases handled. Click the related link below for a list of Legal Aid agencies in …NC; look for descriptions that include "legal aid" or "legal assistance" or "legal help" and click the blue link to go to the agency's website. There you will find information on the agency's income criteria, types of cases handled, and how to apply. (MORE)
Yes. Pursuant to a memo from Secretary provided to same-sex spouses of members of the US military. The benefits that are immediately available as of February 11, 2013 include survivor benefit plan beneficiary for retirees.
One can find information about unemployment in North Carolina from a number of different sources. The North Carolina Employment Security Commission has information, as does their website.