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Can you collect unemployment in Texas if you are self-employed?
My feeling is that you can, as long as you paid yourself a salary, issued yourself a W-2 and paid state unemployment taxes through your payroll. And are now unemployed due to losing your business or income source. That's just my educated guess.
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Your weekly benefit amount will be between $58 and $392 depending upon the wages you earned.
NO- BECAUSE YOU ARE EMPLOYED!
In general, no. In order to collect unemployment, you must be seeking employment, and accepting it when found. While in prison, that's not going to happen.
i think so i live in Wisconsin and my step dad is collecting unemployment while going to school for a nursing degree I am not sure. I think what they are trying to find out …is if you are in school then this limits your availabilty for work. I just say no on my questionaire because eventhough I am in school my courses are online and so my availability for work is unaffected. My suspicioun is that your account will be red flagged for an audit if you take to long to find work and are in work. And so I recommend don't say anything about it.
As a general rule, people on commission such as Realtors and insurance agents are not eligible in Texas for unemployment. The law was enacted to protect wage earners, spouses…, military, etc. and not the self-employed, which most independent contractors in sales are. The Related Link below goes into specifics on this.
You are usually eligible to receive unemployment benefits even if you were fired so long as you were not fired for "gross misconduct," the definition of which is determined by… the state unemployment agency and seems, in Texas, to include "work-related misconduct, neglect, or mismanagement" according to a Texas Unemployment website (see "Related Links"). You have nothing to lose by filing for unemployment benefits and should do so right away. Include all pertinent information so the unemployment agency has as much information as possible. They will contact your previous employer and will allow you to dispute anything your employer says, but make sure you are being honest and have documented the situation well.
Apparently you can under certain circumstances. Check out the Related Link below, under "Does My Job Separation Affect My Benefits" item #2.
Yes, as long as you qualify under both programs.
Yes, but so long as you are willing to continue looking for work, and would not turn down work based on school.
Yes, but it is split by some formula based on the wages earned in each state during the base period. Contact one of them and explain your circumstances and they will contact t…he other state to accumulate the information for you.
It's not a length of time it's an amount of aculated wages if you check the indiana unemployment it explains in more detail but it's based of an amout of accumulated wages hop…e this helps
In New Jersey
According to the Related Link below you would not be eligible for unemployment benefits because you would not be available for full time employment, a requirement.
hello Can you collect unemployment in Texas if you were fired?
Unemployment benefits are based on your income not your spouse's. That being said, by law (in the U.S.), the states require the benefit receiver to report all income he (i.e. …his household) receives, under penalty for non-reporting. Once reported allowances are then made as to the calculation of whether the benefit is adjusted or not. In non-U.S. countries: CERTAIN unemployment benefits are payed for 182 days based on your previous (employed) contributions 'contribution-based Job-seeker's Allowance'. However, after this period you will move onto 'income-based Job-seeker's Allowance' and your wife's income will be taken into account in relation to what (if anything) you get when you move onto this.
If you lost a job through no fault of your own and you are eligible for unemployment, then you can collect it. However, if your probation officer wants you to get a job, then …you need to find a job as quickly as possible. It is a condition of your parole. Make sure that you document all of your efforts towards finding a job. Write down where you have applied and the date that you applied. Show your officer that you are trying so that you don't go back to jail.