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  2. Division of Unemployment Insurance

    www.myunemployment.nj.gov

    Additional Resources and Support. See links to assistance with food, housing, child care, health, and more. Federal benefits created during the benefit expired September 4, 2021. You will still be able to receive benefits for eligible weeks prior to September 4, 2021. Read our FAQs on paid leave, job protection, and caregiving.

  3. ESDWAGOV - Unemployment Benefits

    esd.wa.gov/unemployment

    Week of July 4 - Required to look for work to remain eligible for unemployment benefits. As of Aug. 8 – Required to enter the details of your job search activities when submitting your weekly claim online. Important: Keep a record of your job search activities in case we ask to see them. You can use our job search log to make it easier.

  4. Pennsylvania’s Unemployment Compensation (UC) Benefits System ...

    benefits.uc.pa.gov/vosnet/loginintro.aspx?plang=e

    Option 2 - Create a User Account. If you would like to become a fully registered user with Pennsylvania’s Unemployment Compensation (UC) Benefits System and have access to all of our online services, select one of the following account types. If you are not sure if you need to register on the system, learn more about the benefits of ...

  5. Reopen a previous claim for unemployment benefits. Create a user account for your unemployment benefits. File your weekly claim (Sun - Fri only) Check status of weekly claim or manage your account. Select a benefits payment option. Get tax info (1099G form) File for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) File your weekly PUA certification.

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  7. 2021 Taxable Wage Base Base per worker will remain at $10,800 per worker. Kentucky employers are eligible to claim the full FUTA credit of 5.40% when filing your 2020 IRS 940 forms in January 2021. This will reduce your FUTA contribution rate to 0.60% (6.00% - 5.40%). The FUTA taxable wage base remains at $7,000 per worker.