Unemployment benefits are paid by your state, so benefit checks will not be effected by bankruptcy.
You can, but unemployment will deduct the amount from your unemployment benefits
The company's going bankrupt should not affect your getting unemployment, The company paid (or should have) unemployment taxes to the state who, in turn, pays the benefits to claimants. Therefore it is the state you look to for relief.
You usually cannot collect unemployment if you are fired or receive severance pay in any way. It depends on the situation and why you are receiving severance pay.
Your eligibility for unemployment benefits is not affected by the fact that your spouse is your boss. What matters is whether your boss has been deducting money from your paycheck to pay your unemployment insurance premiums. If the premiums have been paid, then you are insured, and you qualify for benefits.
yes. nannies can actually collect unemployment
You can't collect unemployment. It's impossible.
Yes and no. If a college student is working and gets fired or layed off then they can collect unemployment. If they are not working then no they can't collect unemployment because they have no job to collect it from.
if paroled from jail can i still collect unemployment
hello Can you collect unemployment in Texas if you were fired?
That would be dishonest, you can not collect unemployment if you are freelance working.
You can't. To collect unemployment you have to BE AVAILABLE for employment. If you were in jail, you were not available.