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NOTE: This calculator gives an estimate only and is not intended as legal advice. It does not guarantee that you will be eligible for benefits or a specific amount of benefits. You must file an Unemployment Insurance claim with your state to find out if you are eligible and learn your actual benefit amount. We are not liable for any loss or damages caused by using this calculator.

Source: Peter Ganong, Pascal Noel, Peter Robertson and Joseph Vavra (2020)


The inputs you provided suggest you may not be eligible for regular state unemployment benefits. However, you may still be eligible for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.


Estimated weekly benefit for individuals without dependents in zc.benefit_states.[undef].state_name

In addition, you may receive supplemental federal benefits of $300 per week until zc.benefit_states.[undef].end_date, 2021.

Where to apply for benefits in zc.benefit_states.[undef].state_name


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If you lost your job due to the COVID-19 pandemic or another reason, you may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits — temporary cash payments that help you financially while you search for a new job.

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