The Federal-State Extended Duration (FED-ED) extension provides up to 20 weeks of additional benefits for people who used all of their unemployment benefits during a period of high unemployment . The FED-ED program will continue until California’s unemployment rate drops below a certain level.
Full federal support of extended benefits, as described in the CARES Act, ends on December 31, 2020. So it’s still possible that the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program and the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program benefits will be extended into 2021.
To qualify for the maximum weekly benefit amount ($1,357) you must earn at least $29,380.01 in a calendar quarter during your base period. Your WBA may vary if you receive other income (such as sick leave pay, paid time off, etc.) while receiving DI benefits from the EDD.
In May, the House of Representatives passed a $3 trillion proposal called the HEROES Act, which would extend the $600 enhanced unemployment aid until January 31, 2021. In the $1 trillion HEALS Act introduced by the Senate in July, enhanced federal benefits would be cut down to $200 per week through September.
The new law creates the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program (FPUC), which provides an additional $600 per week to individuals who are collecting regular UC (including Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE) and Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Servicemembers (UCX), PEUC, PUA, Extended
When you run out of weeks on a PEUC extension , you might be eligible for another 20 week extension under the Federal- State Extended Duration (FED- ED )5 program. You may qualify for regular Unemployment Insurance ( UI ) benefits. If eligible, you can receive up to 26 weeks of benefits.
Extends the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program by 11 weeks, providing up to 57 weeks of benefits. Extends the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program by 11 weeks, providing up to 24 weeks of benefits. Continues the federally funded FED-ED through March 14, 2021, providing up to 20 weeks of benefits. 7 дней назад
If you get a job and then later lose that job, you may be able to apply for unemployment benefits again . The rules governing second rounds of benefits depend on your state and how long you were employed before losing the next job.
Under the federal CARES Act passed in March, however, two programs extend the window to a total of 39 weeks through Pandemic Unemployment Assistance ( PUA ) or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC). However, these CARES Act programs expire at the end of December 2020.
If you are working part time , you may be able to receive reduced unemployment benefits even if your earnings are higher than your weekly benefit amount. The EDD will calculate the amount to deduct and the amount you are eligible to receive. If you are still working , write “still working .”
The federal CARES Act coronavirus relief law authorized a $600 weekly enhancement to unemployment benefits through July 31. However, all states will stop paying after July 25 or 26 due to administrative procedure, unless Congress passes legislation by then to extend the aid.