Unemployment Extension update

Unemployment Extension of benefits fall short of 12-31

Unemployment benefit money to the unemployment extension in State runs out 11-7-2020. The state has Fraud keeping people from receiving unemployment benefits.

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"Some changes may occur for the 1.6 million backlogged claims that were reported earlier this month for the state of California.

There will be a new sheriff in town at the state’s Employment Development Department.

Sharon Hilliar, who was named as the organization’s director in February, has resigned.

In a memo quoted by the station, Hillard states, “It is with a heavy heart that I announce my retirement as of Dec. 31st, 2020.”

In addition to backlogs, the department has experienced massive amounts of fraud and even a number of state legislators have been calling for Hilliard’s resignation for months.

With the thousands that currently still have not received unemployment benefits from the state, we hope that someone can help resolve this issue soon.

Meanwhile, the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce announced that the Extended Benefits program will end on Nov. 7th.

This program which was separate from the CARES Act, extended benefits for those claiming regular unemployment up to 13 weeks.

The state only had this funding once you exhausted your regular 26 weeks of benefits and the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation fund that followed.

Former claimants may reapply to determine eligibility to receive benefits through the PUA program.

I am sorry for Tennessee. I highly encourage that you continue to apply for PUA before time runs out.

Michigan’s unemployment system is a financial lifeline for about 850,000 residents according to the October reports.

The state’s unemployment insurance (UIA) said it is still trying to clear its backlog of unpaid claims amid a rise in possible fraud.

At least 2.3 million Michigan residents have applied for jobless benefits since March 15, collecting $25 billion in benefits.

The state doesn’t know how much of those claims are fraudulent, however, the state has recovered $30 million from what the state said is likely imposter fraud.

Michigan’s unemployment department is urging that claimants verify identity to receive benefits.

The Department is also expressing that the priority is resolving immediate concerns with unpaid claims and fraud.

But just like Michigan, so many states are trying to get through thousands of claims.

If you still haven’t applied for unemployment assistance, do your weekend a favor and put your claim in today.

Visit your state’s PUA or UI website, show them your employment history, and tell them that you’re out of work due to that thing out there,

For your troubles, you could get a backdated unemployment check for more than $10,000!

To all of the gig-workers, self-employed, independent contractors, 1099 workers, even side hustlers, volunteers, and freelancers, these are unemployment benefits created in the CARES Act to care for you!

Don’t miss out on your chance to get these amazing government funds before they expire on December 31st"

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