If someone is receiving unemployment benefits in Kentucky and they get put on house arrest do they still receive their benefits?
Yes it does but it may depend on certain conditions. I am eligible for TIER 3 unemployment but maybe because I was in the military. Military personnel receive unemployment benefits differently, from a different "pot" of money. I received notice of eligibility while I am receiving Tier 2 benefits. If you are eligible you will receive it months before you exhaust TIER 2 benefits.
What do you do in Michigan when your benefit year for unemployment benefits is about to expire and you are still unemployed?
If the U.S. Senate determines to continue to fund the unemployment benefits this week, residents will continue to be able to receive their federally funded unemployment benefits, as if nothing happened. If you happen to be one of the many Michigan residents who are unemployed and are receiving unemployment benefits and you now have questions, call your local unemployment office. They will better be able to explain what you will qualify for and what you…
Can you still receive unemployment benefits from Michigan if you move to Colorado looking for a job?
Apparently, the money you put in a 401K Plan and withdrawn would not be deducted from unemployment benefits, but possibly that contributed by the employer may be deducted. It is best to contact the unemployment office and find out for sure. The Related Link below gives more detail. 401K is similar in many respects to pension payments
It is actually sometimes possible to receive unemployment benefits while on severance pay. It depends on the state you live in and how much severance you are receiving. If you cannot file for unemployment, you may be able to after the severance has run out-depending on how long unemployment extends for in your state. This article goes into the specifics of severance and unemployment. It can be tricky.
Can an employer deny unemployment benefits if an employee is out due to medical reasons in Rhode Island?
No. You would be committing unemployment fraud. Because you are supposed to report ALL income, this would include that which you are earning in the other state. Your benefits ''cease'' (legally) when you begin your new job. What '''''is''''' allowed is to work at a low paying (temporary, part time, etc.) job and still receive unemployment benefits as long as you report them and they are less than the benefits you're receiving, which will be…
You do have certain obligations that must be met in order to get and receive unemployment benefits. If those obligations ie employment tries aren't met they can discontinue your benefits. Best ideal is to call the Oklahoma employment office and explain your situation. The worst that can happen is they echo what I have posted here. You are entitled to resume receiving your benefits once you are able to fulfill the obligations.