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If you are receiving short-term disability income benefits and you decide to quit your job will you have to reimburse your employer for the percentage of your income you received during your leave?

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NOT ONLY BAD QUESTION but ILLOGICAL - first you collect INSURANCE Benefits - not PAY (this money comes from insurance policy that you and/or employer pay into) - - You don't return any "insurance benefits" from anybody - unless they can prove your disability a fake. I'm guessing your short term disability is a personal health issue - and you're ready to go back to work, except you don't want to work for your old employer. If you want to get a new job - don't mention your short term disability to new employer.
If new employer looks like they want to confer w/old employer - just cop a plea - like working for them made you sick! and now you realize that you need a different employer cause you Love what you do, and you want to work for someone who appreciates you! Well I could go on forever - but insurance proceeds are not PAY - and if they were you would have to pay income tax on them - so go ask IRS agent about your liability for next years income taxes. Best way to check that is to look at checks you getting from Insurance company - if pay - they're taking out FED/State income taxes.
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