Unemployment benefits is payments made to unemployed persons by the government. The length of time a person can receive unemployment benefits in Pennsylvania is 26 weeks.
The length of time that unemployment benefits are available for in Illinois is up to 25 weeks. However, if you are still unemployed after that time, you may be eligible for Emergency Unemployment Compensation.
No. You cannot receive unemployment benefits and retire also. To receive them you must be actively seeking full time employment
No. To get disability you have to be unable to work, which is a requirement to receive unemployment benefits, thus contradictory.
It is possible, depending on your state's laws, the length of time worked (in the base period), amount earned and reasons for leaving the job.
You may collect unemployment for 26 weeks in Illinois before you exhaust your benefits.
if on nys unemployment, if sick, should you say no work that week and say workman's comp?
Yes, as long as you qualify for each of them, individually.
Is the employer of part time employees responsible to pay into the unemployment fund for each employee?
Yes. Although you must report any earnings you receive while getting unemployment benefits, the Related Link below says you do not have to report the Social Security benefits, meaning it does not affect your unemployment.
If you mean you want to permanently retire and also draw unemployment benefits, then no, you cannot, as retirement violates the terms of the unemployment.
Yes, but Virginia is also one of 4 states that offset your unemployment benefits by some portion of your Social Security benefits.
This depends on the state's criteria for both, history (and thus qualifications) of the work period, length of time of the disability payments, and time left in the benefit year to collect unemployment.
Unemployment benefits in New Jersey can be extended 99 weeks to Nov. 30, 2010, according to the Related Link below.
No. Persons who voluntarily leave a job without a reason deemed acceptable by the state employment agency are not eligible for unemployment benefits.
You not only can get unemployment benefits while on Social Security (provided you qualify for each separately) but you can receive SS even while you are working, under certain conditions.Yes, you can receive both unemployment and Social Security at the same time, as long as you have qualified for both of them.
Not sure about Mich. but in Ohio it is currently 99 weeks!!
I just called to the unemployment benefits line, and they say that no, we wont receive UB since BT is full time and we will be paid for it even it is not too much.
You receive unemployment benefits, if you qualify for them by, among other things, being willing, able, and actively seeking full time employment. Private retirement funds you may receive, while not retired, is addressed by the individual state's unemployment offices.
Yes, you not only can receive both, but the severance pay is not deducted from your benefits.
Yes, as long as you qualify for them individually.
Unemployment is designed for those ready, willing, and able to work, a status which you clearly do not hold if you are incarcerated. The penalty for lying or misrepresenting yourself to receive unemployment benefits can be severe and is known as benefits fraud - it may include fines and jail time.