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How To File For Unemployment

This amount is conditioned by the claimant’s earnings in the ‘base period’. One can receive from $40 to $450 per week for a period of 26 weeks. The base period lasts 12 months, but it should be viewed as 4 quarters of 3 months each. The quarter in which the highest wages...

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Unemployment compensation in case of quitting your job is different in every state, so, you should find out how things work in your state. To receive these benefits, one needs to be left without a job, but not through their own fault. In case someone is voluntarily unemployed or if one quit their job without a justifiable reason, they are not eligible for such benefits...

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Each and every state has its own rules, regulations, procedures and requirements which need to be followed when an individual wants to file for unemployment benefits. Once an individual has filed their initial unemployment benefits claim, there are some things that one needs to find out. These include things like how one is going to requests for payment as well as how one will receive one’s unemployment benefits...

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