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Posted: 1/30/2012 6:26:19 PM EST
http://www.blogging4jobs.com/job-search/maximum-unemployment-benefits-by-state/

Alabama – $265

Alaska – $320
Arizona – $240
Arkansas – $457
California – $450
Colorado – $454
Connecticut – $573
Delaware – $330
District of Columbia – $359
Florida – $275
Georgia – $330
Hawaii – $549
Idaho – $364
Illinois – $531
Indiana – $390
Iowa – $461
Kansas – $423
Kentucky – $415
Louisiana – $247
Maine – $538
Maryland – $410
Massachusetts – $653
Michigan – $362
Minnesota – $578
Mississippi – $235
Missouri – $320
Montana – $422
Nebraska – $348
Nevada – $398
New Hampshire – $427
New Jersey – $598
New Mexico – $450
New York – $405
North Carolina – $522
North Dakota – $470
Ohio – $524
Oklahoma – $358
Oregon – $507
Pennsylvania – $528
Puerto Rico – $133
Rhode Island – $689
South Carolina – $326
South Dakota – $295
Tennessee – $275
Texas – $415
Utah – $452
Vermont – $425
Virginia – $378
Virgin Islands – $454
Washington – $583
West Virginia – $378
Wisconsin – $363
Wyoming – $444
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Cost of living is higher in those states.
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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:36:04 PM EST

Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.

Higher COL than NY or CA?
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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:36:05 PM EST
Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.


My first thought too. Heating costs for winter in northern states?
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Yeah me too.

PLUS the M-F'ing STATE of TENNESSEE rejected my initial claim last month....(first claim EVER in my entire life and the company had already put in writing that they weren't contesting unemployment claims).

And then the fucking state office and won't even answer the damned phone.

Instead it goes straight to voicemail with the message to leave your name and Social Security Number on the answering machine................are you people fucking nuts?


Damn, it's only $275/week and the company has already PAID it.

Jiminy Christmas it's a damned good thing I'm not broke because I'd have someone's ass on a pike.
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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:39:05 PM EST
Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:

Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.

Higher COL than NY or CA?


What?

I'm talking about the highlighted states as a whole.
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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:43:45 PM EST

Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:

Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.

Higher COL than NY or CA?

most of those states raised the amounts recently. NY has been at $405 for more than 10 years...
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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:48:24 PM EST

Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:

Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.

Higher COL than NY or CA?


What?

I'm talking about the highlighted states as a whole.

Yeah, and neither NY or CA are highlighted.

What's more expensive than say, San Francisco or NYC?


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Posted: 1/30/2012 7:54:51 PM EST
Alright RI, we're number 1. Way to go.

We also have one of the highest % of unemployed. COL, individual income and corporate tax rates are among the worst in the country. Good luck trying to get small businesses here to generate jobs.
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Well, I know where I am going if I lose my job.. LOL!
one of them Gun OK states that is giving away the money!

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Don't workers in PA pay their own unemployement?
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Posted: 1/30/2012 8:02:20 PM EST

Originally Posted By ReservedRealist:
Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.


My first thought too. Heating costs for winter in northern states?

might be as bad as our cooling costs.
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Originally Posted By Observer:
Yeah me too.

PLUS the M-F'ing STATE of TENNESSEE rejected my initial claim last month....(first claim EVER in my entire life and the company had already put in writing that they weren't contesting unemployment claims).

And then the fucking state office and won't even answer the damned phone.

Instead it goes straight to voicemail with the message to leave your name and Social Security Number on the answering machine................are you people fucking nuts?


Damn, it's only $275/week and the company has already PAID it.

Jiminy Christmas it's a damned good thing I'm not broke because I'd have someone's ass on a pike.


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Get your ass down there in Person!!

Doit!!

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Posted: 1/30/2012 8:19:20 PM EST
We used to be $610. They lowered it a couple years ago.
Thank you treadhead
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I can't believe how low some of the states are.
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Posted: 1/31/2012 9:32:56 AM EST

Originally Posted By DragoMuseveni:
Don't workers in PA pay their own unemployement?

A small deduction is taken out and part is payed by the employer; it's just like payroll taxes.
I've been paying for unemployment since I was 15, which is why I didn't really shed a tear when I had to collect it for a while



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Posted: 1/31/2012 9:39:03 AM EST
Florida – $275


Woot!
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That is per week...right? So:

Unemployment in RI is $35k/yr. And there's a max of 2y you can ride unemployment. Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hr, or $290/wk, $15k/yr.

Why the fuck would I want to work a minimum wage job, or even a double minimum wage job, if I could get more money sitting on my ass doing nothing for 2y?
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Originally Posted By dyezak:

Why the fuck would I want to work a minimum wage job, or even a double minimum wage job, if I could get more money sitting on my ass doing nothing for 2y?

That's the problem.
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Originally Posted By dyezak:
That is per week...right? So:

Unemployment in RI is $35k/yr. And there's a max of 2y you can ride unemployment. Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hr, or $290/wk, $15k/yr.

Why the fuck would I want to work a minimum wage job, or even a double minimum wage job, if I could get more money sitting on my ass doing nothing for 2y?

That's MAX unemployment. You won't qualify for that amount, working a minimum wage job.
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Florida is below minimum wage.
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We used to be $610. They lowered it a couple years ago.


Really? Hell I missed that boat. In 2005 I was drawing $585 before taxes.
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Posted: 1/31/2012 9:47:18 AM EST

Originally Posted By ReservedRealist:
Originally Posted By rwalters17:
Cost of living is higher in those states.


My first thought too. Heating costs for winter in northern states?

We have other gubmint assistance for that.

We attract a lot of ne'er do-wells because St. Paul like to give our money away.


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Originally Posted By Subnet:

Originally Posted By dyezak:
That is per week...right? So:

Unemployment in RI is $35k/yr. And there's a max of 2y you can ride unemployment. Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hr, or $290/wk, $15k/yr.

Why the fuck would I want to work a minimum wage job, or even a double minimum wage job, if I could get more money sitting on my ass doing nothing for 2y?

That's MAX unemployment. You won't qualify for that amount, working a minimum wage job.


I qualify for max. Actually based on the calculation I qualify for max at about 1/2 my current salary.

What I'm saying is that if the people collecting max actually had the opportunity to take a job such as a walmart bagger, or janitor, etc; why would they? They'd be much better off sitting at home playing with their penis than being productive.
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Originally Posted By dyezak:
Originally Posted By Subnet:

Originally Posted By dyezak:
That is per week...right? So:

Unemployment in RI is $35k/yr. And there's a max of 2y you can ride unemployment. Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hr, or $290/wk, $15k/yr.

Why the fuck would I want to work a minimum wage job, or even a double minimum wage job, if I could get more money sitting on my ass doing nothing for 2y?

That's MAX unemployment. You won't qualify for that amount, working a minimum wage job.


I qualify for max. Actually based on the calculation I qualify for max at about 1/2 my current salary.

What I'm saying is that if the people collecting max actually had the opportunity to take a job such as a walmart bagger, or janitor, etc; why would they? They'd be much better off sitting at home playing with their penis than being productive.


You been peeking in my window again?
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Originally Posted By Woodsrider:
Originally Posted By rainman:
We used to be $610. They lowered it a couple years ago.


Really? Hell I missed that boat. In 2005 I was drawing $585 before taxes.


The most I ever got was $590 and that was about 3 years ago.
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Posted: 1/31/2012 10:23:19 AM EST

Originally Posted By SplintNicket:
Florida is below minimum wage.

yup $275

I had to sell a MG this week in part b/c I was layed off earlier this month...


Do not email me please, I will not get it. IM me only for the time being..

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I have two friends taking in $450-500. One is actively seeking a job (car sales, but he used to be management) and is having difficulty bringing himself to accept the one offer he has for sales since it is such a downgrade.

The other friend is a vicious drunk with a college degree but nothing but experience bartending at age 28. He can barely work an iPod, nevertheless have "computer skills." He is actively ignoring job offers to bartend.


The latter is typical, as far as I'm concerned.

I'm on a business trip and I'm going to rack up an extra $1800 this month. I bought him a Coors T-Shirt from the brewery.
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Holy shit, that's per WEEK!
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It's that high because of all the fucking corruption here. I live in RI
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You can live quite well on $461/ week in Iowa.
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Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:
Holy shit, that's per WEEK!

I'd have to move out of my house at the $524 Ohio pays per week. I'd also very likely have my car repo'd.

Thus, I depend on savings.
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Originally Posted By Subnet:

Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:
Holy shit, that's per WEEK!

I'd have to move out of my house at the $524 Ohio pays per week. I'd also very likely have my car repo'd.

Thus, I depend on savings.


Hey it wouldn't feed my bulldog either, but that's still a lot more than I expected. I could *almost* make my mortgage payment if I didn't eat or turn on the lights.
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Holy crap thats per week. A lot of those figures are more then I make....
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in ca a couple could make 3600$ a month. Add in section 8 housing and a ebt card you can use at the casino and your living large
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I drew the max in NC about ten years ago, IIRC it was $450 then, it is up to over $500 now. Of course back then you were limited to six months, I found work and moved on.

I have no idea how they decide how much to pay, NC doesn't have a particularly high cost of living, bitter cold winters, or anything like that.
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Originally Posted By linx310:
Holy crap thats per week. A lot of those figures are more then I make....


What do you do?

BTW..Washington, and I'm sure other states, have direct deposit. Make the phone call on sunday
and the money goes in on tuesday. I called mine in from Vegas once.

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<–––– RI employer

As an employer, we pay 3.29% of each employee's gross pay each week in Unemployment Insurance (ceiling of $19,600) and another 0.51% into the Job Development Fund (same ceiling). The employee pays nothing towards either of those, but does pay 1.2% of their gross pay each week to Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI - ceiling of $60,000).

Here's what the taxes look like on a part time employee's recent paycheck:

Gross: $367.19

Employee:

Federal Income Tax: $41.00
Social Security: $15.42
Medicare: $5.33
RI Income Tax: $13.77
RI TDI: $4.41

Total Employee: $79.93 (21.77% of gross earnings)


Employer:

Social Security: $22.76
Medicare: $5.33
Federal Unemployment: $2.20
RI Unemployment: $12.08
RI JDF: $1.88

Total Employer: $44.25 (12.05% of gross earnings)

So on that gross of $367.19, a total of $124.18 in taxes are generated. "The Beast" just keeps right on feeding

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<–––– RI employer

As an employer, we pay 3.29% of each employee's gross pay each week in Unemployment Insurance (ceiling of $19,600) and another 0.51% into the Job Development Fund (same ceiling). The employee pays nothing towards either of those, but does pay 1.2% of their gross pay each week to Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI - ceiling of $60,000).

Here's what the taxes look like on a part time employee's recent paycheck:

Gross: $367.19

Employee:

Federal Income Tax: $41.00
Social Security: $15.42
Medicare: $5.33
RI Income Tax: $13.77
RI TDI: $4.41

Total Employee: $79.93 (21.77% of gross earnings)


Employer:

Social Security: $22.76
Medicare: $5.33
Federal Unemployment: $2.20
RI Unemployment: $12.08
RI JDF: $1.88

Total Employer: $44.25 (12.05% of gross earnings)

So on that gross of $367.19, a total of $124.18 in taxes are generated. "The Beast" just keeps right on feeding

Holy shit.

Originally Posted By SlipShot762:
...Sub drank me under the table, unbelievable! I remember thinking vaguely, "This pair of Subnet fuckers is cheating, pulling out the magical monkey juice for a last minute win!"
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The table is 3 years old. WV max is now $424/wk.

ETA: Oh, then it says the table is from 1/1/2011. Still out of date for WV.
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Florida is below minimum wage.


And the weekly max has only gone up $25 in 15 years. Then you are faced with the choice to have Fed.Withholding taken out of that $275. Fucking rediculous!!!

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that NY monthly payout will cover the rent on a 1 bdr apt in queens, a monthly metrocard and not much else. and thats if you qualify for the full $405/wk
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Look at all those states trying to out do California
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Originally Posted By Subnet:

Originally Posted By Speedie:
<–––– RI employer

As an employer, we pay 3.29% of each employee's gross pay each week in Unemployment Insurance (ceiling of $19,600) and another 0.51% into the Job Development Fund (same ceiling). The employee pays nothing towards either of those, but does pay 1.2% of their gross pay each week to Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI - ceiling of $60,000).

Here's what the taxes look like on a part time employee's recent paycheck:

Gross: $367.19

Employee:

Federal Income Tax: $41.00
Social Security: $15.42
Medicare: $5.33
RI Income Tax: $13.77
RI TDI: $4.41

Total Employee: $79.93 (21.77% of gross earnings)


Employer:

Social Security: $22.76
Medicare: $5.33
Federal Unemployment: $2.20
RI Unemployment: $12.08
RI JDF: $1.88

Total Employer: $44.25 (12.05% of gross earnings)

So on that gross of $367.19, a total of $124.18 in taxes are generated. "The Beast" just keeps right on feeding

Holy shit.

Terrifying.

The employee actually cost $367.19+$44.25 = $411.44 and note how so many payroll taxes are a fixed percentage on every dollar?

Excluding Federal and State Income tax, the payroll deductions (none of which the uber-rich pay) total $69.41.

I make that almost 17% of pay even before any "income" taxes are paid.

Imagine if everyone got a 17% increase in pay, didn't have to pay any taxes on it, but in exchange were told: "Go buy your own insurance and take care of your own retirement baseline".

(In Before the Romney Cock Gobblers defend 15% LTCG, Carried Interest, and Dividend rates)


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$689 is more like $517 after taxes.

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Florida is below minimum wage.


Stockpile money like it's ammo.
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Someone tell me this:

If I work for myself (I am salaried by my LLC) and I go out of business orr hit a dead spot in work and have to stop paying myself a salary, can I draw UI?

Not that I'll get rich in MS at $235 per week, but can I draw at all?

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