Can a military person with a general discharge under honorable conditions receive unemployment insurance in Georgia?
Only if you don't tell them about your retirement. I retired Jan 2010 and immediately went to work FT. After 7 months, I was laid off without notice. I applied for unemployment and stated honestly that I receive a military retirement. I am a man of integrity and had no desire to falsify information that could come back to haunt me or even be charged with a crime since it is illegal to falsify information… Read More
Not if you are retired and have not held a job which you've lost.
Yes, they are unrelated programs, so as long as you qualify for each of them individually you can receive both benefits.
If you worked for the military you can receive unemployment. You need a copy of your discharge papers to speed up the process. The government has to report the wages to the unemployment office, which can take a few weeks.
Yes, and you would file in Florida because it is the "liable state" which collected employment taxes from the employer you worked for.
The answer must be Yes, because the Related Link below says (besides the normal requirements) you must report all income received during the benefit week . They will deduct all earnings over $50 from your weekly benefit.
Is it illegal if a Georgia employer did not pay unemployment insurance and if so what can be done about it?
Some employers are exempt or under certain conditions are exempt from having to pay employment taxes. See the Related Link below under "How do I know I have to pay unemployment tax" to see the conditions/type of work that is exempt. If your employer does not fall in these categories, you should notify the unemployment securities office for them to check him out. Another section says all employers are to report any new hires to… Read More
If you qualify under all the required reasons, yes. It is not age dependent.
if you qualify your unemployment extends into the EUC, emergency unemployment compensation. obama just signed the extension in dec 2010 that extends benefits until dec 2011. if you exhausted your regular benefits you will apply for EUC and begin tier 1 of benefits (20 weeks) then tier 2 (14 weeks) tier 3 (13 weeks) and tier 4 (6 weeks) after that you could qualify for SEB, state extended benefits (20 weeks) if all of the… Read More
According to page 9 of the Related Link below, if you are required to report all earnings each week you are receiving unemployment benefits, it implies you are able to work part time, providing you qualify otherwise and (assumabley) make less than the amount of your benefits.
If you paid your unemployment taxes then you can. If you didn't pay your unemployment taxes then no you can't.
As of today January 17, 2011, the Georgia Department of Labor website indicates that the unemployment rate in GA is 10.1%
100 % would be the maximum
What happens if an employer does not attend an appeal hearing for Unemployment Insurance in the state of Georgia?
In Georgia, the Appeals Board may accept a request for postponement by either party or subpoena them to attend, if provided with sufficient cause to do so. See Related Link below for more information in 300-2-5-.02, Sections 3)b) and 5).
Effective July 1, 2007, the minimum is $44 per week. The maximum is $330 for claims filed on or after July 1, 2008. The amount an individual will receive is based on the amount of wages earned in the base period. 100 % would be the maximum Administering organization: Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) Requirements: Unemployment through no fault of your own. Either looking for another job, have definite recall to their jobs within 6… Read More
Under the "Special Programs" section of the Related Link below, it says that in some cases enrollment in school may qualify you for benefits in Georgia.
How much unemployment will I receive a week after baing laid off a 30K a year job?
Do you qualify for unemployment insurance if you quit your job in Georgia to relocate and followed your husband to Alabama?
Apparently not, if the reason was not one included in 300-2-9-05 in the Related Link below.
Contact the GA unemployment office for this answer.
According to the Handbook in the Related Link below, unless you were released for a disqualifying reason, you had to earn wages of more than 10 times the weekly benefit amount (from your most recent employer) or earned those wages in at least 2 quarters of the first 4 of the last 5 complete calendar quarters of the base period, of your total work history.
Whichever state the employer pays its unemployment taxes to is the"liable" state. If you WORK in Georgia, as well as live there, it probably is Georgia. In any event, both states are probably involved in the interstate unemployment benefits program where you can apply to either and they would work it out between themselves.
If you don't believe that you are at fault for the termination, file for unemployment and if they deny it, appeal. One of my relatives went through this situation. She was wrongfully terminated resulting in unemployment being denied when she filed. She appealed the unemployment decision, when they contacted her former employer, they couldn't find where she had been written up or had negative info added to her HR file. She was able to receive… Read More
Yes, if you quit for good, justifiable work related reasons.
Reasons you can quit and collect unemployment can be found on page 6 of the Handbook in the Related Link below.
You wish!! If you are on unemployment in Georgia, but now live in Tennessee, you would apply for unemployment in Tennessee. Your records would transfer and you would be paid in the state where you live.Another answer:You can only draw unemployment from the "liable state", Georgia in your case, because that is the state that your employer paid the unemployment taxes, through the payroll taxes, to. You might file with Tennessee, but they would only… Read More
that is usually based on working less than full time and typically making less per week than your weekly benefit. You would only receive partial unemployment benefits if they determine you are qualified at all after accepting employment.
Georgia Department of Labor runs the program. Refer to the Related Link below.
How is your unemployment compensation from Georgia affected when you move to Florida while collecting from Georgia?
It isn't affected as long as you have notified Georgia of the move and comply with their requirements concerning it.
The best way to keep your license in the state of Georgia or any other state after receiving a ticket for no insurance is to Obtain Auto Liability Insurance. It's the Law. After obtaining your required insurance, contact your local regulatory authority or states drivers license office and ask them if you need your agent to file a form SR22 to have any license suspension lifted. Your insurance agent can file the SR22 for you… Read More
Be nice, but no. Not really fair since you pay it in, but can't use it.
Benefits change each year with the state regulations. Consulting a local SSA office would be the best bet.
No, to collect unemployment benefits you have to be able and actively seeking full time work, among other requirements, which you cannot while imprisoned. After release, it would depend on your work history during the base period for Georgia.
No. You have to be available for work and looking for wok.
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If you are fired for cause (i.e. drugs, harassment, illegal activity, etc.), then no. However, there are times when people are fired when it's no fault of their own and they get entitlement.
In Georgia can an employer tell the unemployment office the policy violation that was used to terminate your employment and what if the reason was to control your temper?
Yes, the employer can tell the state's unemployment investigator anything, but whether it has a bearing on the opinion of your qualification may be a different matter.
Yes, according to the related Link below.
If you're actually unemployed (and looking for work), yes. If you're just on hiatus, then probably not, but you can always file a claim and see if it's allowed.
According to page 24 in the Related Link below, the draw is from 6 weeks minimum, to 26 weeks maximum (unless extended).
It is possible that you may still qualify for unemployment insurance. They may penalize you a certain amount of weeks for being fired.
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Yes. James Ogelthorpe created it for people who were in debt.
Unemployment insurance is for people who lose their jobs. Disability insurance is for people who can't work due to a medical reason. Your best bet is to apply for short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. Your normal maternity leave will be a covered benefit.
Yes, as long as you qualify for each of them individually.