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Massachusetts, followed by New Jersey, then Washington.
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The money you receive if you are granted unemployment. Usually a certain percentage of what you made prior.
As of September, 2011, the states with the highest unemployment are: Nevada - 13.4% California - 11.9% Michigan - 11.1% District of Columbia - 11.1% South Carolina - 11.0% See… the Related Link below for more details.
Yes, each state establishes its own method of determining the qualifications for receiving unemployment benefits as well as the amount to be received by the applicant.
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!
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.
You probably do, because receiving the overpayment and the paying it back might be in 2 different reporting periods. Better to report it and then get the credit later for havi…ng paid it back.
Ohio is one of the states in which unemployment compensation is fully taxed. In Ohio, unemployment compensation is treated the same as a type of income, therefore income t…axes are paid.
In the tables in the Related Link below, (effective 01/03/2010) it gives your weekly benefits for those who earned, in their highest 2 quarters from $800 to $21,255+, for indi…vidual claimants, those with spouses and those with child. The second Link below gives the formulation on how it arrived at.
As each state, that collects income taxes, has different criteria, you need to check with your state's tax commission, or its equivalent. The unemployment taxes are subject to… the IRS' income taxes.
Nevada has the highest unemployment rate of 13.4% on August, 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Related Link below.
Your employment status should have no bearing on your insurance claim.
If you go to the Related Link below, it will instruct you on filing your claim.
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.
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.