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check your state to see if you will lose EB in Jan.2012, IMPORTANT

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check your state to see if you will lose EB in Jan.2012, IMPORTANT

Post by Dazed&Confused on Thu Dec 29, 2011 12:21 pm

Extended Benefits:

Federal law currently provides for 100% Federal sharing for benefit costs under the Federal-State EB program for weeks of unemployment beginning before March 7, 2012. States that have linked the expiration of their EB TUR trigger to the termination of 100% Federal sharing for EB will continue to be in a payable period until the trigger in their law expires or the state triggers "off".

The Federal authorization to have a three year look-back expires on February 29, 2012. States that have tied their three year look-back to the period for 100% Federal sharing for EB will continue to have a three year look-back. However, states that used a hard end date in state law for the three year look-back provision will not have that provision extended by the recent Federal enactments. Absent additional state enactments, the following states will fail to meet the look-back criteria for the TUR trigger and cease to be triggered "on" to EB with the week ending January 7, 2012 and have their EB period conclude January 28, 2012: (DC, FL, GA, NC, NJ, NM, OH, and PA).
http://www.ows.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims_arch.asp
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