Can I Collect Unemployment if I Quit?


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One common question unemployment attorneys regularly hear is whether a person can collect unemployment benefits if they quit their job. The answer to this question is the same as many …

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Does Your Employer Claim You Are an Independent Contractor?


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Working as an independent contractor can have many benefits. You can decide what work to accept, largely control your schedule, and make other decisions regarding how you earn a living. …

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You Can’t Afford to Have Your Unemployment Claim Denied


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When you unexpectedly lose your job, it is impossible to know how long it will be before you find new employment. The length of a typical job search depends on …

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Unemployment Insurance Basics—And Some Common Pitfalls to Avoid


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While unemployment rates are decreasing, the need for unemployment insurance still remains. Good people still laid off, even in the best economies. That’s why it’s important for everyone, even …

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How Employee Misclassification Can Affect Your Unemployment Benefits


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Unemployment benefits exist to help people who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. Typically, these benefits are available to employees whose employers fired them for …

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Collecting Unemployment Benefits is a Simple Process, Except When It Isn’t


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Collecting unemployment benefits is intended to be a simple process that can be navigated by the recently unemployed without assistance. Most states have online access to apply for benefits, …

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Quit Your Job? You May Be Eligible for Unemployment


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Generally speaking, people who lose their jobs through no fault of their own are eligible for unemployment benefits. If—instead of losing your job—you quit your job voluntarily, you will not …

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Fired for a Social Media Post? You Can Fight for Unemployment


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Fired for a Social Media Post? You Can Fight for Unemployment
In the current era of rampant social media usage and a divisive political climate, it has become increasingly common for …

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Preparing for an Unemployment Hearing in Missouri


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An unemployment hearing can intimidate and overwhelm you. By preparing carefully and knowing what to expect, you can increase your chances of presenting an effective claim. An experienced Missouri …

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Were You Misclassified as an Independent Contractor and Denied Unemployment?


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Independent contractors are rarely eligible for unemployment benefits after their job terminates because employers do not pay unemployment taxes for contractors the way they do for employees. Thus, unless the …

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