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Old 04-12-2010, 11:14 PM
 
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My husband is considering interviewing for a part time job that will pay about half of what he gets from unemployment. We are in CA and he is just about to start his Tier 4 extension. From looking at EDD's site, it looks like he would be able to get partial UI benefits while working part time. However, I am concerned about what happens when his current extension runs out. Would he still be eligible for FED-ED? And is it true that after a couple of months, EDD will file a new UI claim based on his new lower earnings?
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Old 04-12-2010, 11:17 PM
 
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seeing as he is about to start tier 4 id say take any job he can get as a part time job might get him in the door for full time work.

as far as i know after you qualify for unemployment compensation and they determine your weekly benefits the maximum of $450 benefits payable weekly means you could earn $450 plus 25% of earnings or $562.50 per week.

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Old 04-12-2010, 11:26 PM
 
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Yeah, that is our pretty much our thinking as well. I was just curious how it would affect his remaining UI.
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Old 04-12-2010, 11:37 PM
 
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Yeah, that is our pretty much our thinking as well. I was just curious how it would affect his remaining UI.
Weekly Benefit Amount: This is the amount of your weekly
benefit. It is the amount you will receive each week if you meet all
eligibility requirements. If you work part-time and earn more than
$25, but less than $100 in a week, your weekly benefit amount
will be reduced by your earnings that are over $25. In that case,
the portion of the weekly benefit amount that you do not receive
remains in your claim for future use until your benefit year ends
(see Item 6 for more information). If your weekly earnings are $101
or more, the first 25% does not count. The amount of earnings
remaining is subtracted from your weekly benefit amount and you
are paid the difference, if any.

not sure how long the lag is from when you report to when they take out of check.
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Old 04-13-2010, 09:41 AM
 
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I think you can earn 40% of the weekly unemployment - All that happens above that amount would be they take away dollar for dollar the amount over. It would be good if you could at least earn your current unemployment amount, bec you would continue getting that same income, and then aim for additional work later. Good Luck.
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