You may be entering your first week on the job market, or you might be ending your first full year without steady work. But no matter how long you’ve been facing this experience, you’ve had a chance to learn at least one important fact: unemployment is no picnic.
It’s December, and next month, we’ll all be organizing receipts and getting ready to file income tax forms. Here’s what you need to know if you had expenses related to your job search in 2013.
Beginning Monday, August 1, 2011, several changes to Florida’s Unemployment Compensation program that were signed into law last month will take effect.
I am filing my income taxes and I need the Form 1099G showing the amount of benefits paid and the amount of withholding tax which was forwarded to the IRS. How do I obtain this document? You do owe income tax on the unemployment compensation you received this year, and it’s your responsibility to make … Continue reading 1099 For Unemployment Compensation
If you collected unemployment this year, the first $2,400 of any unemployment insurance collected is not subject to tax.