How Long Can I Collect?

The duration of your claim is equal to 36% of your total base period wages divided by your basic weekly benefit rate (not including dependent’s allowance). The most you are allowed to collect is an amount equal to 26 full weeks. You may claim these weeks any time you are unemployed during your benefit year.

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