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Related to unemployment compensation: Unemployment insurance, Unemployment benefits

Unemployment Benefit

A payment made, especially by a government, to an unemployed person. Unemployed benefits are available to persons who have been laid off or terminated against their will. These benefits help them pay their bills until they can find more work.

unemployment benefit

see JOBSEEKERS ALLOWANCE.

unemployment benefit

see JOBSEEKERS ALLOWANCE.
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By causing the probability ([Pi]) to decrease, increases in unemployment compensation cause the mean duration of unemployment to rise.
States are now required to immediately begin providing notification to all emergency unemployment compensation claimants of the new emergency unemployment compensation work search requirements and to review or audit a minimum number of claimants' work search records that are selected randomly to ensure claimants are meeting the work search requirements.
Because the unemployment compensation was taxed by Canada, the taxpayer argued that if she had to pay U.S.
The rating is sensitive to any challenges to the smooth functioning of the unemployment compensation rate-setting and collection process as well as any fundamental changes in the state's economy that could materially affect collections of assessments.
IRC section 3402(a) provides that "any supplemental unemployment compensation benefit paid to an individual shall be treated as if it were a payment of wages by an employer to an employee." The Court found that the definitional section for income tax withholding, like the definitional section for FICA, contains a series of specific exemptions that support a broad scope of its definition of wages.
Language relating to the participation in the Treasury Offset Program is added as follows: In addition to any remedies authorized, the department may offset any covered unemployment compensation debt against a claimant's federal income tax refund in accordance with federal law.
However, any testimony or records used in resolving an unemployment compensation claim may be used in any employer-employee related dispute, provided the party seeking to use the records obtains judicial approval to do so.
No aspect of Obamanomics has transformed the relationship between citizens and government as did Roosevelt's minimum-wage legislation, Social Security and unemployment compensation programs.
Next, they can--or at least they could--receive up to 53 weeks of emergency unemployment compensation (EUC).
This includes up to 26 weeks of regular benefits, up to 53 weeks of emergency unemployment compensation and up to 20 weeks of extended benefits.
4213), which would extend unemployment compensation, other personal benefits, state aid provisions, and tax cuts originally enacted in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that have already expired or will in the next few months.
In his July 23 letter Ken Hilderbrand makes an understandable but fundamental error concerning unemployment compensation. It does not morph from insurance to welfare after the 26th week.

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