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Federal officials from the US Secret Service have offered an update on their efforts to recover unemployment benefits stolen from the government by fraudsters and scammers.
They recently explained that in the past year, the department has opened 690 cases regarding unemployment insurance fraud, accounting for millions of dollars in stolen stimulus funds.
Larry Turner, the acting inspector general for the Labor Department, explained: “The amount of unemployment insurance benefits provided in response to the pandemic is unprecedented in the history of the nation’s unemployment insurance system.”
Secret Service Director James Murray stated: “We’ve probably made more than 120 arrests specific only to fraud. This is not something that is going to go away. We’re going to be addressing fraud for many years to come.”
It’s great to see these vital unemployment benefits recovered by the government, and I hope that they can finally distribute these stimulus funds to the deserving Americans that need them most.
Meanwhile, I hate to keep reporting on this, but y’all know I have to keep it real with everyone.
The list has grown from 5 states yesterday to a reported 9 states today that are planning to put an early end to the extended enhanced unemployment benefits that are still helping millions of Americans with vital disaster relief funds.
I’m so sorry to all of my viewers living in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, and South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Unfortunately, most of these states are looking to end these life saving unemployment benefits at the end of June instead of of the current September 6th deadline.
Finally, a recent report from CNBC details how it is possible to go back to work, and still be eligible to collect the $300 extended enhanced unemployment benefits from the Feds.
They explain that two programs: partial unemployment insurance and short-time compensation, aka work sharing, allow workers to keep getting unemployment benefits from the government by only working part time.
Susan Houseman, research director at the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research explained: “The $300 is what will attract people back to work. There are two programs that would allow them to do that.”
Michele Evermore, a senior policy advisor for unemployment insurance at the U.S. Labor Department stated: “A lot of the jobs, they’re not bringing people back 40 hours a week. They’re bringing back people three nights a week.”
This is so true, and hopefully y’all can take advantage of both going back to work and getting some of the welcome back bonuses, as well as still being able to collect the weekly $300 FPUC extended enhanced unemployment benefits while working part time.
If you still haven’t applied for unemployment assistance, get over the hump and apply today.
Visit your state’s PUA or UI website, upload your employment history and ID, and fill out the application as genuinely as possible and to the best of your abilities.
For honestly and truthfully filling out the application, you could receive a backdated unemployment check for over $20,000.
To all of the gig-workers, self employed, independent contractors, 1099 workers, even side hustlers, volunteers and freelancers, get to know and love the PUA, which allows you to claim these incredible government extended enhanced unemployment funds.
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