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Your state unemployment office should send you the 1099-G form listing that amount, but there are ways to request the form in the mail. If you have received unemployment income at any point during the year, you will be required to complete and return IRS Form 1099-G.What are some reasons for unemployment?
The level of unemployment varies with economic conditions and other circumstances. The causes of unemployment include increased population, rapid technological change, lack of education or skills and rising cost lead to financial, social and psychological problems.How many weeks do you receive unemployment?
The maximum number of weeks you can receive full unemployment benefits is 30 weeks (capped at 26 weeks during periods of extended benefits and low unemployment). However, many individuals qualify for less than 30 weeks of coverage.When do you have to pay back unemployment?
You may have to pay back unemployment benefits if your state’s unemployment commission determines that you received some benefits in error. For example, if you received a check for a week when you didn’t file a claim, or if you received a higher payment than you were entitled to, you would have to pay that back.