Q) How much to you have to make to collect unemployment benefits. Because i was denied, and was at my job for 6 months.
A) The amount of money you need to make to collect unemployment benefits varies from state to state. In general, you must have earned a certain amount of money in the past year in order to be eligible for benefits.
For example, in California, you must have earned at least $1,300 in the past year in order to be eligible for benefits. The amount of money you earn each week will depend on your earnings and the state you live in.
If you were denied unemployment benefits, you may want to appeal the decision. You can appeal the decision by contacting your state’s unemployment agency.
Here are some tips for appealing an unemployment benefits decision:
- Make sure you understand the reason you were denied benefits.
- Gather any evidence that supports your claim.
- Write a clear and concise appeal letter.
- Be persistent.
If you are denied unemployment benefits, you should not give up. You may be able to appeal the decision and receive the benefits you deserve.