Can you go to school if you are receiving unemployment?
Sometimes. It depends on the state and the school/subjects as to whether you get benefits. Each state has its own rules on this so check with your state's unemployment office.
Teachers not rehired are legally due unemployment compensation starting the first day after the contract ends, i.e. the very first day that the school year ends. Go apply and start receiving checks immediately. Read More
Yes, you are still entitled to receive child support even if you are receiving unemployment. Read More
If you are receiving unemployment benefits in Texas and will be 66 this month and now qualify for Social Security benefits will receiving Social Security affect your unemployment benefits?
No. Receiving SS benefits will not affect your unemployment. Read More
Many states have passed laws that stopped seasonal workers from receiving unemployment benefits. Because of this many school janitors have to find other employment during summer months. Read More
Can yoy dile taxes when your ibcome is Unemployment Read More
If you are already receiving social security and are fired can you receive unemployment benefits? Read More
If you are receiving unemployment and you start getting your Social Security can you still draw unemployment?
Yes, the two are unrelated and receiving either will not affect the other one. Read More
There are many ways one might go about receiving an individual health insurance policy while unemployment. The most reputable resource of information during this time would be an unemployment office. Read More
yes you can! i have! Read More
Your age isn't the issue. It depends on the state you work in whether they offset your unemployment benefits by your pension, or not. Read More
How much can I earn while receiving unemployment Read More
It depends what country you're in ! Here in the UK - you cannot collect unemployment benefit if you're in full-time education. One of the conditions for receiving benefit is that you must be actively seeking, and available for work - neither condition can be met if you're in full-time education. Read More
Every state has it's own unemployment laws, but speaking from Texas - in order to receive unemployment, you have to be available to work at all times. If you are going to school, that means you are not be available to work Read More
It depends on the state you are receiving unemployment benefits from. In my state, North Carolina, the answer is no. Read More
I don't think so. If you quit you more than likely may not qualify for unemployment benefits. If you are terminated, you maybe able to receive it. As far as school is concerned, you will more than likely be able to still go to school, but you cannot quit a job and go to school and receive unemployment. If you quit, you disqualify yourself from getting unemployment, unless you have a very good reason to… Read More
No, not in most schools. Read More
If I am collecting unemployment benefits are then start receiving a small pension does that effect the amount of my unemployment award? Read More
You can collect unemployment benefits if you have been receiving a severance as well. You can only collect benefits for a certain period of time. Read More
Since you already filed for unemployment, ask the unemployment office for advice. To continue receiving benefits you must seek work and if called back, the state may say you have to, or that the conditions for returning are unacceptable. Read More
Yes. Each week when you complete your unemployment certification, you are certifying that you aren't receiving pension benefits. If you are receiving both, it will eventually catch up with you ad you'll get a notice of overpayment of unemployment benefits. I know it's frustrating. Read More
Attending school, like volunteering, while unemployed is encouraged because it improves your chances, as long as you comply with the rest of the rules regarding receiving benefits ( willing, able, and actively seeking full time employment, etc.). NO, you can not. School is not like volunteering. It makes you unavailable for work and there for you lose your unemployment benifits. I just got off the phone with the unemployment office and that is what they… Read More
You can go to school while on unemployment, so long as you are eligible otherwise (like you lost your job due to no fault of your own). However, you are supposed to be able and available to accept a job, so if you are offered work but it interferes with your school hours, you will no longer be eligible for unemployment for refusing work. Read More
No unemployment payments will be made on State and banking holidays. Read More
No. Social Security benefits are not affected in Colorado by receiving unemployment. Read More
You can get unemployment as long as you qualified to receive them and continue to comply with the requirements while you're on it. Read More
That portion of your pension that you had contributed to is not deducted from your unemployment compensation. That which is contributed by the employer is. Read More
It depends on whether you were already receiving unemployment, and if not, then it depends on the reason you had relocated. Read More
I did in Ohio and it stopped my unemployment payments for a few months. They figure out how long it stops it. Read More
If you mean that you currently are receiving unemployment and are wondering about when you next certify for benefits, its every two weeks. Read More
They can freeze the account, but thet can't keep your unemployment income. You have to prove to them that it is unemployment income by getting copies of your bank statements showing the unemployment income. Read More
If you are receiving a demotion but you are receiving the same compensation are you eligible to collect unemployment?
Each state has it's own criteria for determining eligibility, but changing titles or responsibilities while still being paid the same is not generally considered cause for unemployment. Check with your unemployment office to determine their rules for eligibility Read More
Not if you are already receiving Social Security. If you are still in your earning years, your ultimate benefits my reduce as they take the average of your last 40 quarters of earned income (which does not include unemployment benefits) to determine the benefits you receive. Read More
You must be working less than full time, and the details on how much you can earn is in the Related Link below, in the "Receiving unemployment benefits while working" section. Read More
How can I prove I wasn't receiving payments for unemployment benefits Read More
The local employment level is a set of data figures that shows the number of workers versus the number of people receiving unemployment in a specific area. This data does not include unemployed people who are not receiving unemployment benefits. Read More
What is a good profession to go to school for with the economic struggles we are facing and unemployment being so high?
Nursing Read More
In Minnesota if you were qualified and receiving partial unemployment and then get fired do you lose your eligibility?
It depends on the circumstances. You will need to speak with your unemployment representative to get the specifics related to your situation. Read More
If you are receiving unemployment in one state and move to another state does your pay stay the same?
uhmm. i don't think so. call unemployment and ask Read More
Receiving unemployment benefits is not determined by what you want to be, but by your work history, reason for leaving your employer, etc. Read More
WARN is a federal regulation. The WARN act money is considered back pay. Receiving back pay WILL disqualify you from receiving unemployment. Anything after 60 days is considered regular severance and can be received in addition to unemployment. Read More
To receive unemployment benefits you have to have a history of earnings. If you apply for a student loan and are going to go to school, you might not be able to qualify for that unemployment benefit. You need to look up your own state unemployment laws to see if they both work for you. Read More
In certain circumstances, you may be able to work limited $hours while on unemployment. If your unemployment counselor does not inform you of this option, be sure to ask the question. yes...they deduct the amount you earned from your unemployment check.. Read More
Yes, an employ of a catholic school can collect unemployment if they are laid off or wrongfully terminated. This school would have been required to pay into the unemployment system. Read More
If you are currently receiving unemployment benefits in the state of California and decide to apply for Social Security benefits will your California unemployment benefits be reduced?
No. They are independent and separate programs. Read More