Unemployment Update 10-25-20: State Paying $429 Million with $50 million for Low-Income Families

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States can be Creative with Trump Cares Act Funds to assist the Unemployment Benefit and help Unemployment Extension.

Find out which state announced that they gave $15 billion in unemployment benefits to their residents since March, which state has changed the deadline for their extended benefits program, which state is using $ billion in CARES Act funds to assist low-income this.



The Georgia Department of Labor announced that Georgian’s have received more than $15 billion in unemployment insurance benefits since March of this year.

This is larger than 27 years combined for the state of Georgia.

The Department of Labor stated, “Over million Georgians have received benefits during the past seven months and many are beginning to return to the workplace or are looking for new career opportunities.”

Nearly 168,000 jobs are listed online at EmployeGeorgia and this total has doubled since April.

The Department of Labor has dispersed $173 million in benefits, $67million in regular unemployment, and $50 million in Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.
This is great for Georgia to be able to financially assist their residents. I hope that they continue to help in any way.

Up next, Iowa announced that extended unemployment benefits will cease at the end of the month.

The state agency released that the extended benefits program will end on Oct. 31st.

The program provides payment to workers for 13 weeks after they are no longer eligible for regular state unemployment payments.

The state has is ending the program due to having fewer workers on unemployment now than in the summer.

The federal government determines whether a state must offer extended benefits and when the rate drops below 5% during a 13-week span the program ends.

While it is good news that less are applying for those benefits, it doesn’t account for those that still need those payments.

Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio announced Friday that the state is planning to distribute $ million in federal CARES Act funding.

The money will be split between low-income citizens, small businesses, bars and restaurants, hospitals, higher education institutions, and non-profit organizations.

DeWine stated, “With today’s announcement added in, and pending Controlling Board’s approval on Monday, the total amount of Coronavirus Relief Fund and CARES Act dollars to help Ohioans will total $ billion.”

The state plans to spend $50 million to assist low-income families with rent/mortgage payments, as well as water and sewer assistance.

The Board will decide tomorrow if the funding will be approved. We are hoping for so many that this gets passed.

If you still haven’t applied for unemployment assistance, start the weekend off right and apply today!

Go to your state’s PUA or UI website, give them your employment documents, and tell them you’re currently out of work due to that thing out there,

You could receive a backdated unemployment check for more than $10,000!

To all of the gig-workers, self-employed, independent contractors, 1099 workers, even side hustlers, volunteers, and freelancers, the PUA is your friend and will provide you with benefits even though you didn’t pay into the system

The PUA was designed in the CARES Act for people like you, so make sure to snag these amazing government funds before they expire on December 31s



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