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  2. Weekly Benefit Amount (WBA): In Florida, WBA is calculated by taking the wages from the highest-earning quarter, and dividing it by 26, or the weekly amount $275, whichever is less. For instance, if you earned $5,000 in your top quarter, your WBA will be $6,500/26, or $250. If you made $7,800 in your top quarter, your WBA will not be (7,800/26 ...

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    We also provide assistance to people who are unable to file a claim for various reasons. To speak to a Creole or Spanish speaker or use translation services, call the Customer Service Contact Center: 1-833-FL-APPLY (1-833-352-7759) Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

  4. Make a decision how you want to file your claim. Individuals may use one of several formats to apply for unemployment compensation in Florida. File a claim online by visiting the agency’s website at Call the agency 1-800-204-2418 during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. (The number to the unemployment office is ...

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  6. Florida Unemployment Application -

    Federal Employee Identification Number (FEIN) – this is found on any W2 or 1099 tax forms you have received. In case you don’t have the FEIN, you can use employer details off of a recent paystub. If you were military personnel, from DD-214 must be produced. Note that only member copies 2-8 of DD-214 are acceptable. Your alien registration ...

  7. Florida Unemployment Benefits and Eligibility for 2020

    The maximum benefit anyone can earn is $275 per week. Florida’s maximum time for collecting unemployment benefits is capped at 12 weeks. You must have earned a minimum of $3,400 in the base period of your Florida unemployment claim and your highest quarter wages cannot be more than 1.5x of the entire base period wages.

  8. Florida - UI Online

    Florida - UI Online

  9. Unemployment in Florida | File For Unemployment in Florida | Nolo

    7031 Koll Center Pkwy, Pleasanton, CA 94566. master:2022-04-19_10-08-26. In Florida—as in every other state— employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own may qualify to collect unemployment benefits. The eligibility rules, prior earnings requirements, benefit amounts, and other details vary from state to state ...