Select your state to find resources to claim your Unemployment
and Pandemic benefits that are available to you.
Important: Many Americans do not realize that these benefits
are available in most states even if you have not filed or reported
Workers include everything from
DJs, handymen, or any other self-employment job.
NOTICE: The federal CARES
Act legislation provides that eligible
claimants shall receive an additional $600 per week payment. This payment
to eligible claimants will start week beginning March 29, 2020, and will
continue until week ending July 25, 2020. Unemployment benefits, including
this additional $600 per week payment, are subject to federal and state income taxes.
So even if you have not reported your income to the IRS, you most likely
will STILL qualify for your state and Federal benefits. Don't wait,
this is strictly pandemic-related and the rules will change back at some
Finally, please note that some state websites are not entirely
"mobile-friendly" and some even have specific Browser requirements.
Please keep this in mind, and if possible it may be best in those cases to
use a PC instead of a mobile device.
With this in mind, please choose your state below:
Choosing your state above will take you to a page of resources for your selected state.
This includes a DIRECT link to the correct page on the official state website for
Unemployment and Pandemic Relief assistance.
We gathered this information so that you can find it more easily, rather than digging
through your state's particular website navigation, which can often be tricky.
We have done the work for you - just choose your state and you should have all of the
information you need to apply for Pandemic Relief and Unemployment assistance
in your state.
If the above drop-down doesn't work, please choose your state from the list below:
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