A New Jersey man was convicted of fraudulently collecting unemployment benefits while he was in jail.
First they lost their jobs, now many are losing their unemployment benefits. Next, could they be targeted by scam artists? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has a warning for former casino workers who may be struggling to remain in their homes.
Democrats in the United States House Committee on Ways and Means released a report on the impact of letting the federal unemployment benefit program expire. According to that report, New Jersey will be the hardest hit per capita of any state.
Culbreth is hardly alone in his struggles. In Pennsylvania, nearly 500,000 people remain out of work, and out of those, the Philadelphia Unemployment Project said 87,000 are on long-term unemployment benefits.
December 28th is the date that the federal unemployment compensation program, started during the peak of the recession, is set to expire.
If you are fired, are you automatically entitled to unemployment compensation? Depends how you’ve been behaving at work.
Being unemployed has some benefits – you certainly have more time to take a vacation. But if you’re looking for actual benefits, that’s probably not a great plan.
By Jim Donovan: If you received unemployment benefits this year, you must report the payments on your federal income tax return. Here are four tips from the IRS about unemployment benefits. 1. You must include […]
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is intercepting federal income tax refunds to recoup some of the millions of dollars paid in improper unemployment benefits.
Benefits will stop being sent to old cards and will instead go to new cards as of March 15th.
Millions of Americans will continue to receive long-term unemployment benefits under legislation approved Friday in Congress, but the scope of the program is being scaled back to cover fewer people by the end of the year.
There will be NO unemployment checks for Arlene Ackerman.
Laid-off workers may be getting an unpleasant surprise this month when they realize they have to pay taxes on their unemployment compensation.
Legislative leaders yesterday struck a last-minute deal on legislation that will allow Pennsylvania to qualify for an extension of federally-funded unemployment benefits for 45-thousand residents.
Employers in New Jersey can no longer exclude unemployed people when they advertise job vacancies.