Unemployment Benefits update

Unemployment Benefits: Another approved state

Assistance is needed as we are seeing record high cases across the united states and states and cities are once again beginning to lockdown in preparation of the surge of new cases.

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"New Jersey is being added to the list of states extending benefits for their claimants as nearly 1.4 million of them could use an extension. The bill was passed unanimously this Monday in the assembly and state senate to provide extended benefits up to an additional 20 weeks. Once a claimants 26 weeks of regular benefits are completely exhausted they will be able to take advantage of this extension. Since Mid-March nearly 1.8 million new Jersians have filed new unemployment claims.


Unemployment extension set to expire unless lame-duck legislature acts! States like Michigan have provided state extended benefits up to potentially 59 weeks of benefits if needed; however the PUA and PEUC programs started from the Cares Act are set to expire at the end of the year. We need congress to provide more stimulus in a stimulus package to help provide aid.


Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Wednesday (Oct. 21) announce that Kansans experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic are eligible to receive up to $5,000 in rental assistance. Approximately $35 million of CARES Act funding is available through the Kansas Eviction Prevention Program, designed to reduce evictions across the state. This includes homes and businesses."

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