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If you are full retirement age drawing Social Security can you draw unemployment if you worked full time and was just laid off?

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Yes. There are four states that will offset your Social Security against your unemployment benefits, but all the rest will pay compensation in spite of the Social Security. As long as you qualify under your state's rules concerning unemployment you're safe to go!
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