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Old 05-11-2011, 05:20 PM
 
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So now it's been a year since I've started unemployment in California and my claim is set to expire exactly a month from now. Do I need to call them and let EDD know about this? I searched around the forums but no one gives a concrete answer. I'll still have a claim balance left over after the year ends from doing part-time work, what happens to the balance after my claim expires and I renew? Thanks.
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:06 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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So now it's been a year since I've started unemployment in California and my claim is set to expire exactly a month from now. Do I need to call them and let EDD know about this? I searched around the forums but no one gives a concrete answer. I'll still have a claim balance left over after the year ends from doing part-time work, what happens to the balance after my claim expires and I renew? Thanks.
If you have state benefits remaining, those are lost at the end of your benefit year.

If you have begun receiving EUC tier benefits, the remaining benefits are still available to you at some point depending on whether or not a new claim is opened and the amount.

If your W-2 earnings during the past year were inadequate for a new claim, CA will 'deny' the application for a new claim, reopen the old claim and continue paying your EUC tier benefits if you began drawing on them prior to the bye. 1099 and self-employment income is not considered base wages for purposes of claim eligibility.

EDD lately has been automatically filing an application for a new claim at the bye. But I suggest you call them anyway just to verify their procedure.
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:43 PM
 
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If you have state benefits remaining, those are lost at the end of your benefit year.

If you have begun receiving EUC tier benefits, the remaining benefits are still available to you at some point depending on whether or not a new claim is opened and the amount.

If your W-2 earnings during the past year were inadequate for a new claim, CA will 'deny' the application for a new claim, reopen the old claim and continue paying your EUC tier benefits if you began drawing on them prior to the bye. 1099 and self-employment income is not considered base wages for purposes of claim eligibility.

EDD lately has been automatically filing an application for a new claim at the bye. But I suggest you call them anyway just to verify their procedure.
Cool, thanks! If they automatically file, will they send a notice before the bye?
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Old 05-11-2011, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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I don't think they do. Many people on this board report that a new claim was automatically opened with a lower benefit - so it is a surprise to many. That is why I suggest you call to verify their procedure. Or check the EDD website. There may be info there.

Whatever you do, don't file a new claim online, because it could screw up whatever they are doing on their end. Best to call them. EDD also has an email function. You might want to try to send an email now asking about this.
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