How much is Indiana unemployment right now?

If you are eligible to receive unemployment, the weekly benefit rate in Indiana is 47% of your average weekly wage (to come up with your average weekly wage, divide your total wages during the base period by 52). The weekly benefit rate is subject to a minimum of $50 and a maximum of $390.

Is Indiana going to pay unemployment?

Indiana will continue paying out the extra $300 in weekly federal unemployment payments despite a court ruling that the state’s Republican governor had the authority to withdraw from the program. Aug. 17, 2021, at 5:43 p.m.

Is Indiana paying the $300 unemployment?

Indiana has resumed making $300 federal unemployment payments to workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic, after a court ordered it to do so. July 16, 2021, at 1:33 p.m.

Has Indiana unemployment been extended?

4. Federal unemployment benefit programs, designed to help workers financially survive the pandemic, are now over. While states can use CARES Act money to extend them, Indiana – like most states – has no plans to do so.

Will unemployment be extended again after September 2021 Indiana?

This provides another 25 weekly payments for a maximum of $7,500. The $300 weekly FPUC payment lines up with the September extension of the PUA and PEUC programs….

States Ending Unemployment Early Programs Ending Termination Date
Indiana $300 FPUC, PUA, PEUC, MEUC June 19th, 2021* (Legal Challenge)

Which state has the highest weekly unemployment benefit?

The state with the highest weekly payout for unemployment is Massachusetts. The maximum weekly payout is $855. What states are ending the extended unemployment benefits early?

What is the unemployment formula?

The unemployment rate represents the number of unemployed people as a percentage of the labor force (the labor force is the sum of the employed and unemployed). The unemployment rate is calculated as: (Unemployed ÷ Labor Force) x 100.

Can I still file for pandemic unemployment in Indiana?

Effective week ending June 6, 2021, you will no longer be eligible if you must quarantine due to COVID-19. You may be eligible for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA). See below for more information.