Renewed and New Unemployment Benefits Approved

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Photo by Alex Kotliarskyi on Unsplash. Federal unemployment benefits were extended as of December 27, 2020. With one new unemployment benefit added. Here’s what the new law includes. The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA), was enacted on December 27. Last week we wrote about the new $600 stimulus payments of this new Act. It also extended unemployment … Read More

States’ Responses to $400/$300 Extended Unemployment Benefits

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Photo by NOAA on Unsplash. Different states have responded differently to the proposed $400/$300 federal extended unemployment benefits. How about Kentucky and Indiana? Last week we explained the President’s Memorandum of August 8 which extended reduced federal unemployment benefits. The $600 weekly benefit had expired on July 31. The House of Representatives had previously passed a bill extending the $600 … Read More

New Greatly Enhanced Unemployment Benefits

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A series of new very beneficial unemployment benefits are coming from the massive coronavirus relief law—much more money for many more people.      Our blog post last week was about the emergency $1,200 Economic Impact Payment that’s “rapidly” coming to most American adults. (Plus $500 for each qualifying dependent child.) For updates on this payment since then, see the … Read More