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Can you collect unemployment if you get Social Security in Virginia?

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2013-11-25 00:57:37
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Yes. If you're eligible for unemployment, you can certainly apply and get unemployment payments even if you get Social Security anywhere in the United States. You will get the full amount everywhere except Illinois -- which, as of November 2013 -- is the only state that still deducts money from unemployment payments to older workers who are on Social Security. Virginia completely repealed what is known as the Social Security offset two years ago.

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