Category: Unemployment Extension

Federal EUC Extension 2013

Congress voted to extend the Federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program through 2013 on tuesday (1-1-2013). This means, unemployed workers who are currently collecting federal jobless benefits can continue to receive unemployment compensation. Unemployed workers who run out of state benefits during 2013 are now eligible for benefit extensions. With the extension of EUC, more than 2… Read More »

How to Extend Unemployment Benefits in Texas?

If you have exhausted your unemployment benefits and still meet the eligibility conditions to receive compensation in Texas,  you will be able to receive extended unemployment benefits either by State or Federal Unemployment extension programs of Texas. Unemployment Insurance (UI) Texas Unemployment Benefit is the pay of fixed amount on monthly or weekly basis given… Read More »

Unemployment Insurance Extended Benefits

Those who are obtaining unemployment benefits are also entitled to apply for additional extended  benefits under various state and federal schemes. Customary unemployment insurance lasts for 26 weeks.  When there are elevated levels of unemployment in your state,  you will receive an extension of benefits. A soaring level of unemployment is described as a rate above… Read More »

How to extend Unemployment Benefits beyond initial 26 Weeks

Update: As of January 2014, Federal EUC benefits have expired and the Congress has not approved the extension of these benefits yet. You have lost your job that provided all the financial support. Now what? Obviously this is not the time to doubt in your abilities and feel depressed. Take a step back and use… Read More »