Unemployment compensation is usually based on how much you were making when you were employed (up to some maximum benefit amount). The calculation is often fairly complicated, so your best bet is to contact the state unemployment office and check with them in your particular case what your weekly benefit would be.
States do not release weekly but monthly. New Yorks current rate is 4.9%. .1% lower than the national rate.
look on the state website for their booklet showing how the calculation is done
If you have been laid off from your job you may be able to file for unemployment online without visiting an unemployment office. In many states, unemployed workers can apply for unemployment benefits online or over the phone. In New York, for example, can visit Unemployment Services web site to file a new unemployment claim, claim weekly benefits, or check on the status of an existing unemployment compensation claim. Filing by phone is also an option.
Yes, you can, according to the Related Link below.
How much? In general, unemployment benefits are based on an individual's earnings in the base period. As of December, 2008, NY benefits ranged from $40 to $405. New York state unemployment benefits are subject to Federal income taxes, and you may elect to have taxes withheld from your unemployment check. How soon? Across the United States, it generally takes two to three weeks to receive your first benefit check after you file your claim. Check with your state unemployment office for details. How long? As of December, 2008, The duration of NY unemployment benefits was 26 weeks, but benefits can be extended by New York during times of high unemployment or other special circumstances.
i dont really know but when my father got hurt doing construction he got paid $450 weekly.
Lots of people say different things. I've heard some people say that to find the average weekly income anywhere in the U.S. is impossible. I found this site interesting, but it might not answer your question:http://www.city-data.com/forum/new-york-city/248139-what-average-weekly-salary-needed-make.html
I was layed off one month after my 62nd birthday and I am collecting unemployment. I live in New York so it is legal here. Check with your state unemployment office as all states have different laws and regulations.
New York State benefits, as of July 2011, are $405/week. See the Related Link below. The maximum benefits ate $405 per week and the maximum paid in a benefit year (52 weeks) is 26 times the full weekly benefit.
If you would like information about jobs in Western New York the best thing to do is to check Monster website. You can also check the unemployment office website for available jobs in the area.
Generally, unemployment benefits are paid by the state in which you worked. If you live in Connecticut and work in New York you most likely collect unemployment benefits from the state of New York.
Yes. But check the Related Link below for clarification.
You can't collect unemployment. It's impossible.
According to page 4 in the Handbook in the Related Link below, depending on your qualifications, the maximum weekly benefit is $405.
No, I don't think so. You quit a job and that is why I say you can't. Check with the unemployment office.
Yes, go to the website for out of state applicants. You can collect from any state as long as the majority of your work or enough of the work that is being used to calculate your unemployment wages is in NYS. Check their website or call. They will be able to help get you lined up.
The state handbook provides that: "Your weekly benefit rate is one twenty-sixth (1/26) of the high quarter wages paid to you in your base period. Exception: If your high quarter wages are $3,575 or less, your weekly benefit rate is one twenty-fifth of your high quarter wages. Wages are applied to the quarter in which they are paid. The maximum rate is $405." You can finds links to the handbook and other New York unemployment resources at: http://click-for.info/unemployment/newyorkunemployment.html
Yes, you can visit your local New York unemployment office and apply for your benefits. You can find your local NY office by searching the site at the Related Link.
There is no unemployment office located in Queens, NY. The closest office would be the Unemployment Insurance Services in Brooklyn or the New York Department of Labor in New York, NY.
Erie, New York (Buffalo's county) and all the other county unemployment offices locations for New York state are in the Related Link below
Yes, you can receive both Unemployment Insurance benefits and Social Security in New York.
The average food bill for a single person in New York City can vary greatly depending on the types of food eaten. Someone who is trying to live inexpensively would average a 50.00 dollar weekly food bill.
Yes, if you meet eligibility requirements for both programs. New York repealed the Social Security offset regulations that reduced unemployment compensation for people who were claiming both benefits. Both Social Security and the State of New York allow workers to collect unemployment and Social Security at the same time without applying a penalty to either check.