Q) I’m wondering if I can collect unemployment. Here’s my situation: I’m 74 years old and worked as an adjunct professor at Indian River State College for six years. I was not given classes to teach last term because I “failed to fill out a form.” This was a form I’d never filled out before, so I’m assuming they wanted to drop me. Here’s the problem: IRSC does not take social security payments out of anyone’s salary; instead, they take money out and put it in a TIAA account. I have access to that money now that I no longer work for IRSC; however, if I use it to pay rent or my car note, I have to pay hefty taxes on it right there and then. So am I eligible to college unemployment? I’m engaged in a job search of course.
A) The rules governing unemployment insurance benefits vary by state. However, to date no state places an age limit on receiving unemployment benefits benefits. A 74-year-old worker should be able to collect unemployment insurance benefits as long as he/she meets their state’s requirements. Your best bet is to apply for you unemployment benefits.
Q) I filed a claim in the middle Oct and have been approved for my weekly benefits. I’m looking to attend County College of Morris and would like to know what my options are regarding what assistance I may be eligible for, if any? A) You may be able to receive unemployment benefits and go to… Continue Reading
Q) I worked in NY but moved to Florida after my termination. How do I file a unemployment insurance benefit claim? W NY? I am already registered in NY. I know it can transfer butbI font know how to start it. Thank you. A) According to NY Department of Labor: Promptly file your claim, in the… Continue Reading
Q) I am wanting to know, since my family and I are PCSing to Germany in March 2019, what is the soonest I can resign from my job and put in a claim for unemployment along with time for visiting family before we leave the country. Thank you in advance. A) In the US in most cases,… Continue Reading
Q) I am in my third week of unemployment. I have filed a claim for all three weeks. I understand the first week is a waiting period, and no payment will be paid. Online in the Weekly Claims System it states payment for that week is “NOT PAID”. Does that mean it is not eligible for… Continue Reading
Q) How do I apply for unemployment? A) To apply for unemployment insurance benefits you should: Contact your state’s unemployment insurance program as soon as possible after becoming unemployed. In most states you can apply online. Generally, you should file your claim with the state where you worked. If you worked in a state other than… Continue Reading
Q) My brother has stage four lung cancer. I am his sister and am helping him get benefits. He needs a letter on letterhead stating that he no longer receives unemployment. I have to have this in three days for him to obtain SNAP and TANF. Who would I contact for this. I have tried calling… Continue Reading
Q) Am I eligible for Unemployment insurance? I had worked a school for 3 years, although it was only a 10.5 month position. Due to divorce and liquidation of assets, had to sell home. I could not afford living in the location I was, so I resigned and moved out of state to live with mother.… Continue Reading
Q) I was verbally threatened with bodily harm at my work place. I have worked there for almost 13 years. I know feel a tremendous amount of anxiety from it and feel like I cannot go back to work there. My boss does not to seem like he cares much, so that adds to the anxiety.… Continue Reading
Q) My brother was laid off after 31 years, he does not have internet access, where is the office in Rome, NY located? A) Rome Working Solutions 300 West Dominick St., Suite 1 Rome, NY 13440 https://www.unemploymentoffice.us/new-york-unemployment-offices/rome-ny-unemployment-career-center-office/ Continue Reading
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