Looking for Your Unemployment Money? Check Your Inbox

Over 90K Pandemic Unemployment Guidance (PUA) claims from independent contractors, which include Realtors, have been processed approximately 55K are acquiring their benefits.

Unbiased contractors, which include most Realtors, can get up to $875 ($600 + $275) per 7 days. An application button seems soon after you get turned down for state-again benefits.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Much more than ninety,000 Pandemic Unemployment Guidance (PUA) claims from independent contractors, several of whom are Realtors, have been processed and approximately 55,000 are acquiring their benefits, in accordance to the Florida Office of Economic Opportunity’s (DEO) unemployment dashboard.

This is a sizeable boost from two weeks back as DEO proceeds to make improvements to Florida’s strained unemployment process, recognized as Join.

If you have not acquired unemployment benefits, DEO suggests claimants should really continue on to test their Join process inbox and email accounts connected to their programs to make sure they are not missing critical notifications about their programs. These messages might incorporate an applicant’s denial for state benefits, which is an critical initially phase in the method to utilize for PUA benefits.

The messages might also incorporate requests from DEO to address specified challenges with a claimant’s state and/or PUA application, such as missing facts, incorrect facts or both equally.

As a reminder for Realtors implementing for federal PUA benefits, you should initially utilize for state benefits and be denied.

If you used for state benefits on or just before April 4 you should:

  • Go to Join and utilize for state benefits once again.
  • Wait around for DEO to deny your state benefits.
  • The moment you get denied, test your Join inbox for guidance about PUA.
  • If you used for state benefits soon after April 4 you should:
  • Wait around for DEO to deny your state benefits.

The moment you get denied, test your Join inbox for guidance about PUA.

In both equally cases, you will not get accessibility to the PUA application until finally DEO has processed your state benefits application and denied your state benefits. Only then will accessibility to the PUA application appear in the Join process. A flowchart outlining the method can be found below.

The moment Realtors are denied state benefits and get accessibility to the PUA application, they can refer to this guideline and/or this video clip for guidance as they fill it out.

These methods and significantly much more can be found on DEO’s CARES Act internet site. Florida Realtors has also has a Q&A on the matter.

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