UNEMPLOYMENT EXTENSION, ENHANCED BENEFITS & LWA $300 UPDATE 11/04/20 (PAYING BACK PUA!?)

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UNEMPLOYMENT EXTENSION, ENHANCED BENEFITS & LWA $300 UPDATE 11/04/20 (PAYING BACK PUA!?)

LWA updates for the 2 remaining states. If I do not read off your state and you were unemployed between weeks ending August 2 to September 6 collecting over $100 per week from unemployment, you need to contact the state right away. Now also including the last update that now Arkansas, Vermont started paying in full.

Now the two remaining states…

Nevada UPDATE (3 weeks paid, ONLY 1 or 2 more weeks will begin next week)

Alaska UPDATE (No payments received; we were told 8 weeks from the time approved and that has passed)

If you lose your job a second time, you can resume unemployment benefits and essentially pick up where they left off. “Wherever you stop in the program, that’s where you restart until [benefits] expire,” said Michele Evermore, a senior policy analyst at the National Employment Law Project.

However, as is usually the case with unemployment benefits, the rules can be confusing. For one, states set different rules for their unemployment systems. But here’s what Americans across the country can generally expect.
Applying for unemployment benefits starts a “benefit year” for that individual. A benefit year is the 52-week period following the date you filed a claim.
Someone who filed for unemployment in March 2020 would have a benefit year that lasts until March 2021, for example.
Jobless workers can collect benefits over that period through multiple waves of unemployment.


In New Hampshire, more than 10,000 people who collected unemployment during the pandemic have received similar notices. Colorado, Pennsylvania and Ohio have also begun sending out overpayment letters, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Unemployment benefit overpayments happen for a variety of reasons. People may apply for programs they believe they are qualified for but later are ruled ineligible, or applicants make good-faith mistakes filling out the complicated forms.
"Maybe they don't have the specific earnings statements they need at the time, or maybe they're limited English proficient, and they are trying to navigate an online application that is in English," said Ray Burke, a lawyer with New Hampshire Legal Assistance.
"Naturally, there are going to be mistakes made," said Michele Evermore with the National Employment Law Project. "States are basically building the plane as they are flying it."
According to Evermore, some states are still so backlogged with applications that they haven't even begun reviewing for overpayments. It's not clear how many of the more than 30 million Americans who received benefits this year may be affected.
In most states, anyone who receives an overpayment notice can file an appeal. If it's ruled that the applicant did in fact make an honest mistake, or that the person was qualified all along, the debt can be waived. However, the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, or PUA, currently does not allow waivers.
You may need to pay money back if determined you didn’t loose your job due to covid.

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