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Question by San: How much unemployment compensation can I receive in FL?
After 11 years of employment earning a six figure salary, how much unemployment compensation can I expect to receive in FL?
Answer by stephenweinstein
Under Florida law, “the maximum weekly benefit amount is $ 275… The maximum number of weeks a claimant may receive benefits in Florida is twenty six (26) weeks.” Therefore, even if you qualify for the maximum amount per week and for the maximum number of weeks, you would only collect $ 7150. (Sometimes, during periods of a bad economy, the federal government will offer additional benefits for 13 weeks, making the total maximum number of weeks 39. If this occurs, then the most that you might collect is $ 10725.)
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Question by murphy: Is unemployment compensation considered a from of economic stimulus?
Since unemployment compensation is spent mostly on the economy (i.e. rent, food, transportation, etc…) is it considered a form of economic stimulus?
Answer by Bored Goblin
yes, although it also discourages people from finding jobs.
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Question by Casey G: Can I file for emergency unemployment compensation benefits in new state?
I’m currently receiving UB and might be moving to another state. Will I be able to continue to receive benefits from my current state? Or do I advise current state of out of state address and file with the new state I’m moving to since EUC is Federal not State.
Answer by Nostrils
Why not just get off your ass and get a job?
It’s not that hard.
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