WHAT IS TEUC? Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation (TEUC) provides extra weeks of
federally-funded unemployment benefits to unemployed workers throughout the country who have received
all regular unemployment benefits available to them.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Individuals who had a TEUC balance in their account as of December 31, 2003, may continue to
collect that balance through the week ending April 3, 2004
The right to file a new TEUC claim to establish eligibility expired the last full week of December, 2003
HOW MUCH WILL EACH WORKER BE PAID?
Each weekly payment will equal the amount payable for the unemployed worker's most recent claim for
regular state benefits.
HOW MANY WEEKS OF BENEFITS ARE
TEUC is a two-tiered program:
TEUC Up to 13 weeks of TEUC are available to eligible unemployed workers in all states.
TEUC-X In states where an "Extended Benefit" period is in effect when an individual exhausts the first tier of TEUC, up to 13 additional weeks of benefits will be available.
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