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Old 04-20-2009, 08:00 AM
 
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After 27 years I was laid off in TX. I am receiving severence pay. I moved to Fl. Do I have to wait untill severence stops before apply for unemployment and in which state do I apply? thanks
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Old 04-20-2009, 08:05 AM
 
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Not sure about your questions, but I can tell you that FL unemployment maxes out at $275/week!
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Old 04-20-2009, 08:05 AM
 
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After 27 years I was laid off in TX. I am receiving severence pay. I moved to Fl. Do I have to wait untill severence stops before apply for unemployment and in which state do I apply? thanks

You of course will need to call your U.C. office to find out! But from what I understand you wait until your severance stops to apply!! And you apply in the state where your employer employed you and terminated you. That is the state that pays.

But I have also heard that you file right away and report any vaction or servarance pay you get during your weekly claims. But you will have to call or go online to find out!

good luck!!

p.s. I have heard that Texas unfairly sets up its rules to the detriment of employees and to the benefit of employers, so there may be more hoops to jump through!!

p.p.s Also, if you move, I believe that your EB will be affected! But not your Regular U.C. or your EUC, but you will have to double check!!

I personally moved from Phila where my U.C. claim was filed, to the state of Oregon! I had no problem getting my checks sent to Oregon! And I filed by telephone! But now online is the best way, if they offer it!! And your max. rate will more than likely be online! Phila is above 500!

p.s. Also, employers will sometimes will keep you on the rolls until they have paid you all they owe you, therefore you will not be able to file, until they have removed you from their employee rolls!

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Old 04-20-2009, 10:58 PM
 
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I am receiving unemployment right now from Texas. I also received a severance check from my former employer. They do not care about that check. I still got my unemployment money. There was an option that asked if I worked in the time period or received any vacation hours. Severance is not vacation so I checked 'NO'.
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Old 07-06-2011, 11:07 AM
 
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Ok. I have been working in Florida for the last 4 years. My corporate office is in San Antonio, and I will be moving back to San Antonio within the next few weeks. In which state do I need to be filing for unemployment benefits?
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Old 07-06-2011, 03:16 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Ok. I have been working in Florida for the last 4 years. My corporate office is in San Antonio, and I will be moving back to San Antonio within the next few weeks. In which state do I need to be filing for unemployment benefits?
You file for benefits and submit all your claims to FL. Your employer should have been paying UI tax to FL for its FL employees.
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