I was self self-employed got covid work for my father missed a few days. What kind of benefits can I get if I’m self-employed?
Q) I was self self-employed got covid work for my father missed a few days he had a bad day and fired me what am I to do about getting unemployment I have worked before as a butcher at a grocery store will that count towards my unemployment and what kind of benefits can I get if I’m self-employed my rent is $500 a month and my bills run anywhere between 2 and 250 a month I have a part time job making 850 an hour and my bills are going to and I only work maybe 15 20 hours a week my boss has dialysis three days a week
A) If you were self-employed and seeking unemployment benefits during the pandemic, you will need to file your claim with your state unemployment office. you will need to file in the state where you worked while self employed. The federal government has expanded unemployment benefits under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Self-employed workers who are usually ineligible for unemployment benefits — including independent contractors, sole proprietors and gig workers — may now be eligible.