Why Unemployment Benefit Charge Checking Shouldn’t
be Overlooked

14 Minutes

Why Unemployment Benefit Charge Checking Shouldn’t be Overlooked

Unfortunately, state unemployment divisions do make errors from time to time and charge employers incorrectly for unemployment benefits. For many employers, these overpayments can have significant financial consequences. But how do you know when some unemployment benefit charges are valid and others are not? Listen now to hear from our unemployment experts as they break down the tricky uncovering of overpayments.
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