As of 2010, in New Jersey you will receive about 60% of your average weekly paycheck, for the base year, up to a maximum of $600. See the Related Link below for more information.
As of 2009, New Jersey's weekly unemployment benefits was 60% of your average weekly earnings during your base year, up to a maximum of $584 per week. See Related Link below for more information.
You have to apply to the New Jersey unemployment office for benefits. Employers do not pay the compensation, the state does.
New Jersey because that's where you live.
New Jersey is the "liable" state that you would collect from, but because of the interstate unemployment agreements you could file in either and New Jersey would still pay.
Massachusetts, followed by New Jersey, then Washington.
You will claim unemployment in New Jersey because as the state in which you worked, New Jersey is the state that collected the unemployment tax your employer had to pay for you.
Yes, you would file in New Jersey because it is the "liable state" that collected your employer's taxes to pay for your benefits.
Unemployment pay can be collected whether or not a severance pay is issued by an employer. This has been the case in New York and New Jersey. It would be safe to assume other states allow this as well.
Religious nonprofits have the option to not pay unemployment. If they choose not to pay then the employee cannot collect unemployment. If they do pay unemployment to the state then the employee can collect. Nonreligious organizations do have to pay unemployment, but they can pay the state one of two ways. As a state tax rated employer (same as a for profit company) or as a direct reimbursurer. Referenced from www.chooseust.com
The same percentage as employed see links below
The max pay for unemployment in TN is $275. How can anyone pay bills on that???
Yes, you can collect both severance pay and Unemployment IF the severance pay is not considered an extension of your employment, under the terms of the severance agreement. For more information on the subject, see the Related Link below.
As much as you want.
In New York State, strikers can begin to collect unemployment benefits after seven weeks. Some other states will also award unemployment benefits to strikers. California and New Jersey have both done this under certain circumstances. Even if the state will not pay you unemployment compensation during your strike, your union will probably pay you some kind of benefit to help you out.
i will have to say no it is exempt income only child support and IRS can the state doesnt want to pay your credit debts
566 a week.
How much unemployment will I receive a week after baing laid off a 30K a year job?
$8.25 to start in New Jersey
I got a ticket in new jersey for carless driving, and I live in MS. will I have to pay it?
Your unemployment will be calculated on your base pay.
$392 max a week
Louisiana maximum unemployement is $177