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  2. COVID-19: Unemployment Claims - California

    Note: If you have a Pandemic Unemployment Assistance or Federal-State Extended Duration claim, you can only certify online or by mail. You cannot use EDD Tele-Cert SM to certify. Every two weeks, you will need to certify that you are unemployed and eligible to continue receiving benefit payments.

  3. Division of Unemployment Insurance | How we calculate benefits

    For example, if your weekly benefit rate is $200, your partial weekly benefit rate is $240 (20 percent more than $200.) If you earn $50 (gross) during a week, you would receive $190 in unemployment insurance benefits ($240 – $50 = $190). Report your gross earnings and all hours worked for the week in which they were earned, not when they are ...

  4. Division of Unemployment Insurance | Using your online ...

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  5. Receiving Unemployment Insurance Benefits | Arizona ...

    If you checked your Unemployment Insurance benefit status (as outlined above) and it shows benefits were paid, but the balance on your Electronic Payment Card (EPC) is zero, please contact the Way2Go card® call center toll-free at 1-833-915-4041, TTY: 877-427-4172, or by Direct International at 1-214-210-2249.

  6. California (CA EDD) Unemployment Benefits Ended For PUA, PEUC ...

    California's Employment Development Department (EDD) manages the Unemployment Insurance (UI) and State Disability Insurance (SDI) programs for the State of California. This includes all the systems, programs and processing of unemployment claims funded at a state and federal level.