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Deadline looming for federal unemployment benefits extension

Thousands of locals could see their long-term jobless benefits come to a stop if Congress doesn’t vote for an extension.

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Congress to Vote on Federal Jobless Benefits Extension – Jan 6th, 2014

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CRS Report for Congress: Temporary Extension of Unemployment Benefits: Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC08): March 4, 2011 – RS22915

CRS Report for Congress: Temporary Extension of Unemployment Benefits: Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC08): March 4, 2011 – RS22915

CRS Report for Congress: Temporary Extension of Unemployment Benefits: Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC08): March 4, 2011 - RS22915

In July 2008, a new temporary unemployment benefit, the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC08) program, began. The program’s authorization ends on January 3, 2012. EUC08 was created by P.L. 110-252, and it has been amended by P.L. 110-449, P.L. 111-5, P.L. 111-92, P.L. 111-118, P.L. 111-144, P.L. 111-157, P.L. 111-205, and P.L. 111-312. Most recently, P.L. 111-312 extends the authorization of the EUC08 program, but does not change the structure of the program or augment benefits. This temporary unemployment insurance program provides up to 20 additional weeks of unemployment benefits to certain workers who have exhausted their rights to regular unemployment compensation (UC) benefits. A second tier of benefits provides up to an additional 14 weeks of benefits (for a total of up to 34 weeks of EUC08 benefits for all unemployed workers). A third tier is available in states with a total unemployment rate of at least 6% and provides up to an additional 13 weeks of EUC08 benefits (for a total of up to 47 weeks of EUC08 benefits in certain states). A fourth tier is available in states with a total unemployment rate of at least 8.5% and provides up to an additional six weeks of EUC08 benefits …

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Unemployment Extension 2014: Ohio Senator Rob Portman Never Pressed

Unemployment Extension 2014: Ohio Senator Rob Portman Never Pressed
It was Portman who helped craft the compromise bill that would have paid unemployment benefits retroactively through December, and granted an extension through the end of May 2014. And it was Portman who broke with the majority of his own Republican …
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The Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement endorses the Unemployment
The UST program helps 501(c)(3) organizations take advantage of the federal law that allows nonprofits to opt out of the state unemployment tax system. By paying only the dollar-for-dollar cost of unemployment benefits paid to former employees, …
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Gov. Nixon announces 6 million in tax savings for Missouri employers
Jefferson City, MO – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that the state has retired its Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund obligation one year ahead of prior projections, saving Missouri employers $ 186 million in federal taxes for 2014. Stating that the …
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Extension of emergency unemployment compensation: hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first … S. 382, February 18, 1993… (French Edition)

Extension of emergency unemployment compensation: hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first … S. 382, February 18, 1993… (French Edition)

Extension of emergency unemployment compensation: hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first ... S. 382, February 18, 1993... (French Edition)

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Emergency Unemployment Extension Expected to Take Back Seat to Tax

Emergency Unemployment Extension Expected to Take Back Seat to Tax
Before the recess, the Senate passed legislation to extend the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program, supporting the retroactive extension of assistance to job-seekers who are struggling to find employment in a rough job market. In theory …
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Texas Notary Pleads Guilty to Multimillion Dollar Unemployment Benefit Fraud
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said: “Magdalena Villalobos facilitated an unemployment benefit scheme that injected fraud into at least 26 states, inflicted millions of dollars in losses, and did a disservice to the qualified claimants across …
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Allow a vote on unemployment benefits
On Dec. 28, 2013, more than 1.3 million Americans lost their Emergency Unemployment Insurance benefits. It is the same ongoing debate between Republicans and Democrats in Congress over programs such as Social Security, the Supplemental Nutrition …
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Unemployment benefit extension not being backed by House Republicans

Unemployment benefit extension not being backed by House Republicans
Nevada senator Dean Heller is having difficulty getting support from House Republicans for a Senate-passed bill to extend unemployment benefits for the long-term unemployed. Heller spoke to Speaker of the House John Boehner over the phone, but …
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Pelosi Says Republican Refusal to Extend Unemployment Benefits 'Immoral'
The U.S. Senate earlier this month approved an extension of long-term unemployment benefits, but hopes were dashed that a deal could be reach before Congress' Easter recess, and most observers say the measure faces an uphill battle in the House when …
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Illinois Agency Sticks Up For The Long-Term Unemployed
WASHINGTON — What's happened since Congress killed long-term unemployment insurance in December proves the jobless aren't lazy, according to one state workforce agency. The Illinois Department of Employment Security announced this week that 86 …
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Rep. LoBiondo wrong to seek extension of long-term unemployment benefit: Letter

Rep. LoBiondo wrong to seek extension of long-term unemployment benefit: Letter
To the Editor: Last week, U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-2nd Dist., called on Congress to pass misguided legislation that would extend long-term unemployment benefits for a 12th time. When the long-term unemployment benefit was enacted nearly six years …
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New London: Mayo paid according to agreement
Norwich attorney Gary A. Cicchiello, in a letter dated April 8 to the city of New London on behalf of Mayo, claims that the city essentially kept the unemployment benefits Mayo collected during a three-month unpaid suspension. Mayo was suspended in …
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Unemployment Extension Deal May Hinge on Job Training Compromise

Unemployment Extension Deal May Hinge on Job Training Compromise
A potential agreement on a long-stalled House GOP proposal to streamline federal job training programs is emerging as a possible linchpin for a deal on a five-month extension of expired unemployment benefits. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said an agreement …
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Rick Bloomingdale: Congress should do the right thing for the unemployed
How will you make rent or keep up with your mortgage payment? How will you buy groceries and pay the utility bills? Thankfully, unemployment benefits are a safety net while you look for work in a tough economy, to ease the financial burden and stress …
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Republican representatives should all support extension of unemployment
Republican Reps. Frank LoBiondo (2nd Dist.), Jon Runyan (3rd) and Chris Smith (4th) support the continued extension of federal unemployment benefits (editorial, "Foot-dragging on unemployment," April 14), while fellow GOP Reps. Scott Garrett (5th) …
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Should we file for an Unemployment extension?

Question by Miranda K: Should we file for an Unemployment extension?
My husband and I are currently living off unemployment until his landscaping job picks back up. We have a daughter, and do not recieve any other kind of assistance except insurance. My major question is…
His benefits expire next week. But he has only been given the promise of workin a couple days a week at this point (under the table) through his same boss. Since we cannot garuntee regular hours at this point I want to file for the 20 week extension so we will have a regular check still coming in. But he’s afraid the money will have to come out of his bosses pocket & he will make his boss upset or even lose his job (his boss is a little off the wall at times). So will his boss be paying for this extension? Does he have to approve it? Or is it all up to the state since his boss approved his original unemployment for the winter?
Any answers would be appreciated!

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Answer by Laura K
Unemployment benefits are not paid by individual companies – those monies come from the state.

Companies DO pay unemployment insurance… and those rates rise as more employees claim unemployment. Being as your husband’s company is landscaping which is seasonal, I would guess they are used to fluctuation in their insurance rate.

So, no the boss does not pay the unemployment check, nor does he need to approve the extension.

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