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Are you able to receive unemployment while your on a payment plan for over payment?

unemployed_personQ) Are you able to receive unemployment while your on a payment plan for over payment?

A) For some states, if you are still requesting unemployment benefits, you can continue to submit biweekly payment requests. Your State unemployment office will apply each eligible payment toward reducing your overpayment. You must repay all of your overpayment before you can be paid further benefits. Additional payments should be mailed to your state unemployment office.




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  1. A Notice of Overpayment is mailed to you when you have been paid UI benefits that you were not eligible to receive. The Notice shows the amount of the overpayment and penalties, if any. It explains why you were overpaid and gives you information about your appeal rights.

    If you are still requesting unemployment benefits, you can continue to submit biweekly payment requests. Your State unemployment office will apply each eligible payment toward reducing your overpayment. You must repay all of your overpayment before you can be paid further benefits. Additional payments should be mailed to your state unemployment office.

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  1. Please call Colorado unemployment office to follow up with your inquiries ; Automated system: 303-813-2800 or Toll-Free 1-888-550-2800
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Tips to help you when visiting your local Unemployment Office:

  • Show Up Early: Your local unemployment office can sometimes be crowded. You must understand that there are a lot of people currently looking for work. So you will find a lot of people filing for benefits.
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