Battle for gathering Unemployment compensation Continues for many Michigan residents, but Government officials say $ 300 COVID-19 bonus Coming soon.
It’s the money many people have been waiting for, and billing from unemployment insurance agencies is a disappointing challenge.
You can hear from residents fighting the UIA in the Help Me Hank report above..
$ 300 owed to many Michiganders in part. $ 900 billion in stimulus measuresGovernment officials say money is slowing to Michigan.
UIA officials admitted there was a problem letting go of the money.
“These workers should be assured that they do not miss any benefits and will receive every dollar they are entitled to when the programs are fully implemented,”; a UIA spokesman said.
According to the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity The state began issuing payments. To about 365,000 claimants this weekend
read: Whitmer signs a $ 106 million relief bill extending COVID-19 unemployment benefits through March.
The plague unemployment compensation will run from December 27, 2020 until March 13, 2021. They offer an additional $ 300 per week benefit to Michigan claimants who are negatively affected by the COVID-19 outbreak
Claimant does not have to take action to receive additional payments. They will be automatically paid after being certified.
“The UIA team has worked tirelessly to ensure that Michigan is one of the first states to implement the PUC,” said UIA Director Liza Estlund Olson. Will execute the rest of the federal PUA and PEUC programs as quickly as possible to get the money out of the gate.
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