Category: Unemployment Guides

Schooling and Unemployment Insurance Benefits

You may be one of hundreds of unemployed class across the country contemplating and exploring the opportunity to gain additional skills or get into a new domain that interests you. This calls for attending training or going to school full time/part time. Whether you’re recently dealing with unemployment or job loss, or you’ve been sending… Read More »

Unemployment Insurance For Military Men And Their Spouses

This article will address problems and queries on unemployment compensation (UC) faced by ex-military men and their spouses. If you fall into that category, we’re sure that you will find this article helpful! Is there UC for ex military men and their spouses? Yes.The federal set up in US has a separate unemployment program for… Read More »

I Lost My Job! What Should I Do?

If you lost your job recently and are crestfallen and confused, here’s a list of things you should do immediately. We understand that it is a difficult situation and we have collected all the information you will need and summarized that into this article. You might be considering the option of signing up for the… Read More »

Unemployment Benefits Eligibility

Eligibility for unemployment insurance is determined by state law. More than half of jobless workers do not claim unemployment benefits because either they do not qualify or feel the filing process to be very complex. Contrary to this, numerous people meet the criteria for benefits and state unemployment offices have also reduced the amount of… Read More »

Base period for filing unemployment benefits

Estimate Your Base Period Using this Tool: Select your filing month and year: Your Base Period is: Base period in a broader sense is the period of employment prior to losing the job. It is also referred to as base year. Base period is generally the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters… Read More »