File Unemployment

The is a detailed guide to unemployment insurance, compensation and benefits. It's a private website whose task is to lend a hand to people who are unemployed, find the resources they require and respond to their questions. This is not a government website nor are we associated with the government.

This site is your guide, dealing with unemployment and seeking a new job. We want to demonstrate people that they are not unaided, that there is assistance for them and that others have been in the same situation and succeeded.

We show how to file for unemployment, the eligibility requirements, claim initial, weekly and extension benefits, calculate and compute weekly benefits and much more.

Questions and Comments

  • Missouri Unemployment Benefits
    By Chadwick Kenagy, on June 23, 2016:
    I understand I am eligible for unemployment (job was down sized, given part-time job with same company) the question I have is. When I calculate my old “salary” do I include the mileage reimbursement part? I used to travel and get paid...

  • How to extend Unemployment Benefits beyond initial 26 Weeks
    By Lynn, on June 23, 2016:
    Currently is there still no extention for the unemployment benefits..if not this crazy. 13 yes and no help..

  • New Jersey Unemployment Benefits
    By Rodel, on June 23, 2016:
    I received a notice from the IRS that I have received unemployment benefits from the state of New Jersey for 2014. I have never filed an unemployment in the state of New Jersey because I was never unemployed. How do I resolved this issue and I would like to...

  • Connecticut Unemployment Benefits
    By Janet, on June 22, 2016:
    Is there ANY extensions available after 26 weeks of benefits?

  • Unemployment Benefits Eligibility
    By chy, on June 22, 2016:
    I was laid off two weeks ago, due to company downsizing I have looked for job the past two weeks and could not find Can i file now retroactively for the past two weeks?

  • Unemployment Benefits Eligibility
    By Tootsie, on June 22, 2016:
    I was working for a company that left. Will I qualify for UI benefits.