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What states pay highest unemployment compensation?
Massachusetts, followed by New Jersey, then Washington.
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Can you receive unemployment if your company isn't paying into the state Unemployment Insurance fund?
It depends. Many, if not all, states designate employers as qualified or not as to whether they are required to pay payroll taxes to the state. Persons on commission only basi…s (independent contractors, real estate and insurance sales people, government employees, etc.) may not be eligible for unemployment benefits. Check with your own state's employment security office for clarificatlon. However, if they ARE required to, then you probably will and the state would go after the employer for non-compliance.
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The four states with the highest unemployment rate in 1934 are South Dakota, Idaho, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
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Disability benefits are not subject to ganishment for creditor debt. In some instances unemployment benefits may be attacheable depending upon the amount the receipient receiv…es.
Unemployment benefits are unaffected by severance or termination pay in Missouri. See the Related Link below for details, under "Will other income reduce my benefits."
I started as of 10/30/11. I did not receive my first payment until 11/29/11. From my understanding, I will be paid every 2 weeks after that. So I should get my next payment (2… weeks worth) on 12/13/11. I hope this helps. No one out there was giving a straight answer on this question..that is for sure!
SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) BENEFITS the maximum Federal SSI benefit changes yearly. SSI benefits will automatically increase in 2013 because there was an… increase in the Consumer Price Index Effective January 1, 2013, the Federal benefit rate is $710 for an individual . Some States supplement SSI benefit with additional payment. total SSI benefit levels higher in those States. SSI benefit amounts and State supplemental payment amounts vary based upon your income, living arrangements, Alaska 1,036.00 California 866.40 Connecticut 842.00 Kentucky 846.00 New Jersy 824.05 Ohio 1,180.00 District of Columbia $710.00 Vermont $762 The following States pay their own supplemental payments and you may contact the State for payment information. Alabama 734.00 Alaska 1,036.00 Arizona NONE Arkansas NONE California 866.40 Colorado 699.00 Connecticut 842.00 Delaware 710.00 District of Columbia Adult foster care home 1,159.00 Florida 752.40 Georgia ? Hawaii 710.00 Idaho 727.00 Illinois ? Indiana ? Iowa 710.00 Kansas ? Kentucky 846.00 Louisiana ? Maine 684.00 Maryland 740.00 Massachusetts 788.39 Michigan 710.00 Minnesota 735.00 Missouri ? Mississippi NONE Montana 710.00 Nebraska 679.00 Nevada 710.40 New York 761.00 New Jersy 824.05 Montana 710 New Hampshire 688.00 New Mexico NONE North Dakota NONE North Carolina ? Ohio 1,180.00 Oklahoma 716.00 Oregon ? South Carolina NONE South Dakota 689.00 Tennessee NONE Texas NONE Virginia ? Washington 720.00 West Virginia ? Wisconsin 757.78 Wyoming699.00 The states with Social Security-administered supplemental payments are: Maximum payment for individual living independently (2013) State
The money you receive if you are granted unemployment. Usually a certain percentage of what you made prior.
No. Workers' comp is for people unable to work because of workplace injury. Unemployment comp is for people able to do work but unable to find work.
Your employer! That's right, you as an employee you do not pay into unemployment. Your employer pays those taxes as a cost of doing business. So, the next time you or your bud…dy are sitting around complaining about the so called rich 1%, remember this is just one of the many taxes they pay and you don't!
You have 52 weeks, during which time to receive 26 times your weekly benefit. Therefore, before extensions, due to the economy, you would collect for 26 weeks. If the state su…ffered higher than normal unemployment, an additional 13 weeks would apply.
Disability pays more per week depending on your highest quarter the year before.the more you make the higher it pays. Unemployment has a cap of 450.00 per week. Disability is …up to 900.00 per week. But i am still confused on the percentage unemployment pays? Is it more than 55%?? With a max out of 450.00?
In the US, the employer pays a payroll tax to the state, which in turn pays unemployment benefits to workers who qualify In Canada this is funded by the working people of Cana…da through their mandatory contributions.
California is the third most with a salary of 56,444
Your previous and current employers pay into a fund, similar to Social Security. Another answer:The state's employment security division collects a payroll tax from emplo…yers, based on the number of employees and the turnover rate for that employer, and that funds the unemployment benefits. The employees are not taxed or charged.