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Old 05-01-2013, 12:21 PM
 
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Im on Tier 2 at $445.00 per week, my claim expires 5-21-13 ..Hears my Question.... 3 months into my state unemployment i got a job and worked for only 1 week.. with overtime i grossed just over eleven hundred...id like someones expertise before i contact unemployment on 5-21-13. Will i start a new clain or will i continue to Tier 3... Thank You
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:03 PM
 
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Depends on your lag earnings from the previous claim. If there are one or two good quarters which haven't yet been used, those earnings added to the $1,100, may very well create a new claim with a benefit similar to the one you have.

If the new benefit is $100 or 25% lower than your current benefit, CA will implement its DNCP program, deferring payment on the new claim, and continue to pay you EUC from the first claim until exhausted.

CA normally will automatically do this bye recertification if you have not worked but, since you have worked, you need to file for a new claim yourself at your benefit year-end in order to begin the process.

One way or the other your benefits will continue - probably very close to what you are receiving now.
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:14 PM
 
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Thank you Ariadne22 for your reply .....i did the earnings were above $1,100 does it make a difference if i worked when i was receiving state unemployment ......i worked 3 months after i first started collecting
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:17 PM
 
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:34 PM
 
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i did the earnings were above $1,100 does it make a difference if i worked when i was receiving state unemployment
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Depends on your lag earnings from the previous claim. If there are one or two good quarters which haven't yet been used, those earnings added to the $1,100, may very well create a new claim with a benefit similar to the one you have.

If the new benefit is $100 or 25% lower than your current benefit, CA will implement its DNCP program, deferring payment on the new claim, and continue to pay you EUC from the first claim until exhausted.

CA normally will automatically do this bye recertification if you have not worked but, since you have worked, you need to file for a new claim yourself at your benefit year-end in order to begin the process.

One way or the other your benefits will continue - probably very close to what you are receiving now.
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:42 PM
 
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Your right my bad Tkx Ariadne22
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Old 05-24-2013, 09:21 PM
 
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Hello Ariadne22 please help thank you ...NOTICE OF DETERMINATION OF INVALID CLAIM..In order to have a valid claim,Section 1277 requires that you were paid or earned at least (A) $1,300 as an employee in one quarter during the period from 05/13/12 to 05/11/13 (B) that you were paid or earned at least $900 as an employee in the quarter in the highest earnings and earned at least 1.25 times your high quarter earnings during the above period.it says your claim is inavild under section 1277 because A B C are checked. then I received a notice of unemployment insurance award using march 2012 $4,368 jun 2012 $2,457 sep $833.75 dec 2012 $86.25 benefit is now $168 wk from $ 425 wk .CA did not implament the DNC program as you mentioned before.By the way sep 2012 earnings were $920 not $833.75 because my ex employer or unemployment put $86.25 in dec 2012 accidently...thank you for your advice in advance
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Old 05-24-2013, 10:12 PM
 
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Hello Ariadne22 please help thank you ...NOTICE OF DETERMINATION OF INVALID CLAIM..In order to have a valid claim,Section 1277 requires that you were paid or earned at least (A) $1,300 as an employee in one quarter during the period from 05/13/12 to 05/11/13 (B) that you were paid or earned at least $900 as an employee in the quarter in the highest earnings and earned at least 1.25 times your high quarter earnings during the above period.it says your claim is inavild under section 1277 because A B C are checked. then I received a notice of unemployment insurance award using march 2012 $4,368 jun 2012 $2,457 sep $833.75 dec 2012 $86.25 benefit is now $168 wk from $ 425 wk .CA did not implament the DNC program as you mentioned before. By the way sep 2012 earnings were $920 not $833.75 because my ex employer or unemployment put $86.25 in dec 2012 accidently...thank you for your advice in advance
That Notice of Invalid Claim refers to the $168 wk notice. You just got them in reverse order. For now, I'm saying you don't have a new claim, probably because the $86.25 did not appear in the September quarter. You need $900 new earnings in one quarter to qualify. Chances are the employer paid you in October instead of September. If you really want this new claim to draw on once EUC is exhausted, contact CA about getting the $86.25 moved to the September quarter. They will require proof of earnings. DNCP can be implemented if they establish this as a valid claim.

If by some remote chance this $168/wk is a valid claim now, CA should be sending you something on DNCP. If you don't get that, but you do get claim forms for this new claim of $168/wk, call CA and ask about DNCP.

Otherwise, you should continue on EUC from your first claim and will be getting those claim forms soon.
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Old 05-28-2013, 03:41 PM
 
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Default Euc, dncp, new claim

Hi Ariadne22, I received 2 claim forms 1st was the claim form for EUC, next day I received the new claim form on the new claim.. I sent the EUC claim form just in case..$86.25 check date was 10/19/12 pay period 10/08/12 to 10/14/12.My ex employer didn't want to pay me overtime so the labor commissioner awarded me the overtime pay in October. The work was done 07/30/12 to 08/05/12 per my timesheet. I have all this information if EDD asks for it. You mentioned.. If I want this new claim to draw on once EUC has exhausted contact CA, are you saying if im not working once my EUC is over I can file a new claim and receive $168.00 wk on this new claim?? Also I haven't received anything from EDD on DNCP..I plan on emailing the EDD today any tips on what I should say reguarding DNCP? Thank you Ariadne22 your AWESOME...
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Old 05-28-2013, 04:53 PM
 
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next day I received the new claim form on the new claim.. I sent the EUC claim form just in case..
Are you SURE this claim form is for the new claim @ $168? What did it say, exactly? Were any parts xx'd out?

CA automatically applies DNCP. If your original benefit was $445 and you do, in fact, have a new claim @ $168 - and you've not collected EUC on any earlier claims which expired after 7/24/2010, then the $168 should be deferred under DNCP until you've exhausted the rest of your EUC.

No tips in what to say to CA, other than the obvious. You want to implement their DNCP program on this new claim.

Please provide an update when you get this straightened out.
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