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Tamara Dawedeit
14 days ago

I have been on PUA and after 4 months they sent me a notification I got overpaid. $15,000 and need to pay it back. I have proof I was eligible for the money I received. I appeal in November in there permitted time and they still have not looked at my appeal. I still have not been able to find a job and barely making ends meet. I have called and they never have a answer for me. There is always a glitch in there system. They say be patient. I just want this cleared up so they think I dont owe them so much money. Plus get my back pay I should of received. #money

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Sarah Paye
about 1 month ago

Why are they taking so much of my money from me??

Why is this such a problem?? I have a question so I finally received my unemployment in early November after filing in August, but they take a lot from me?? I can’t find anything that says I owe them back pay?? I do owe child support but they are taking over half of my check?? I try calling a hundred times a day but I can’t ever get through and usually it just hangs up on me?? #money #unemploymentissue

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Lenin Pina

Hi @Sarah Paye , New York Unemployment can deduct up to 50% of your weekly benefits if you have an outstanding child support balance, unfortunately. You may be able to file a petition to ask if they can modify your deductions. Take a look at the Child Support information page on the New York state unemployment website for more information. https://childsupport.ny.gov

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Lenin Pina

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Phyllis Cornish
about 1 year ago

work at home

Looking for work at home jobs that is not a scam and you dont have to pay a fee. Need extra money but prefer to work from home

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Justin Hundt
4 months ago

This is the best way to go. If you are having any problems with the unemployment office. Don't deal with them. Go to your congressperson and tell them the problem. They will go to the unemployment office for you and fix the problem. I did it. I am keep emailing them. I don't say nothing to the unemployment office. I just email my congresswoman. #money #stressful

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Justin Hundt
4 months ago

Don't talk to the unemployment office. I screen my calls. I don't answer the phone to them or any emails. Go to the congressperson. Don't have nothing to do with that place besides you filing your claim. The people who work in the unemployment office. They are not here to help you. They are here to take your money and pocket. The people who work there are theives and crooks. They are the low life of the low lives. #unemployment #money

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Barry Schultz
almost 2 years ago

Insurance

How does anyone make any money selling insurance. I have just about emptied my savings trying to make this work. I got sucked in my the claims of big paychecks. It now doesn’t. Selling life insurance to businesses is awful. I follow the script but I can’t make a sale. Everyone above me seems to get paid but me. Please help. I need a new job fast.

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Todd Bida
about 4 years ago

As we start 2017: The battle between your present and future self

"Every day, we make decisions that have good or bad consequences for our future selves. (Can I skip flossing just this one time?) Daniel Goldstein makes tools that help us imagine ourselves over time, so that we make smart choices for Future Us."

https://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_goldstein_the_battle_between_your_present_and_future_self

Enjoy!

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Drew Cook
over 3 years ago

Felons

I have a question about not paying my fines. It has been quite hard to keep a stable job so I haven't been able to pay my fines. My question is if I haven't paid my fine and it's been after the 7 years can employers still see that on my background?

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