Filing for unemployment varies from state to state. To file your unemployment application online, locate your state's department of labor or unemployment benefits website. From there, find the page where you can file for... More »

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An unemployment claim can generally be filed online through a state-run website. Precisely which state department runs the website varies from state to state, but each state has a website that allows citizens to file an ... More »

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The requirements for filing for unemployment benefits vary depending on the area in which the individual files, but most states allow for filing online. Individuals can usually file for benefits on the website for the de... More »

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Making a claim for unemployment insurance compensation varies somewhat from state to state, but it follows a similar routine that involves applying with the proper state government agency and claiming the insurance for p... More »

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As of 2015, a person can submit an application for unemployment benefits online in many, but not all, states. Nebraska began requiring online filing in July 2015, though states such as New York and Michigan offer more th... More »

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Cashing out your 401(k) may make you ineligible for unemployment benefits completely, but the details vary from state to state, claims Vitaver Staffing. Withdrawing a 401(k) while unemployed has other disadvantages, too,... More »

While details vary from state to state, many states have partial unemployment payment benefits for those who, through no fault of their own, cannot work a sufficient number of hours. Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jer... More »

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