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NELP update on unemployment insurance

George Wentworth from the National Employment Law Project has the following update on unemployment insurance.

Unemployment insurance was big news during the Great Recession. At its peak, more than 15 million Americans were out of work, and over 45 percent of them still couldn’t find a job after six months of looking.

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Unemployment Claims

"Republican Ideas Haven't Changed Since The 1970s": John Boehner Should Try Listening To His Own Economic Advice For Obama

After President Obama released his 2016 budget on Monday, House Speaker John Boehner published a list of ten things that are “newer than Obama’s ideas.” Instagram, Angry Birds, Frozen, and the selfie stick all made the cut. 598 more words

Conservatives

How Obama’s new budget could boost U.S. jobs

This week, much has been made of President Obama’s new budget to “make work pay” better for workers with relatively low skill levels and earnings. His proposals include a minimum wage increase, an expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit for childless adults, and a fund for paid parental leave. 765 more words

Finance

Why Did I Receive a 1099G Tax Form?

Why did I receive a 1099G tax form from the Department of Labor? Are unemployment insurance benefits taxable?

If you collected or repaid unemployment insurance benefits in 2014, you were mailed a summary of the benefit payments you received. 608 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

Life Before Social Security

Originally posted some three years ago elsewhere.

This year I will be 73 years old, assuming I make it and I have close family now into their eighties. 1,119 more words

Life Before Social Security

Originally posted some three years ago elsewhere.

This year I will be 73 years old, assuming I make it and I have close family now into their eighties. 1,119 more words