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Old 08-17-2009, 12:24 PM
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Hi there,
I've been on the same unemployment claim since last year, when I was laid off from my full time job. Since then, I've worked a few temporary part-time gigs and am still eligible for my original claim. The last part-time gig I worked, I made less than $405 each week although I just realized (and this is a consequence of the weird scheduling) that I ended up claiming I worked less days a week than I actually did. Now, I just got one of those forms in the mail that go to my employer, asking them to list the dates I worked (which is how I realized the mistake had been made.) If my employer lists 4 dates that I worked in a week I claimed 2, will my unemployment get suspended? Or can I just pay the state the difference? Also, is the $405 amount before or after taxes? I'm just a little freaked out that I'll lose my benefits as I am still not employed full time.

Any help anyone could offer would be super!
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