Kentucky Unemployment Calculator

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# Kristina 2011-05-12 10:25
I am wondering my bring home if I currently am making 60,000 year and have 1 dependant. Is it weekly or bi-weekly?
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# sherra 2012-01-20 23:34
I was approved for unemployment benefits when i applied from home online,and i was wondering how do you know how much that you will be getting every two weeks? And it said that i would have to call my first check in on feb 5,2012 so does that mean I 100% will get my unemployment for sure? How many days after you call your check in will i get my check,and how long can you be on unemployment benefits for?
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# Lynne 2012-07-28 18:29
My company will be liquidated in Sept. I am in the army reserves and deploying in Oct. When I return next year will I be able to claim unemployment? I will still be in the army reserves but my monthly income is only around $250 a month. Also because in the last year in anticipation of upcoming deployment I have had extra training events that have effected my civilian job income. There is a $5000 differance in my income from the previous year. Can they look back over two years instead of just one?
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# Barbara 2013-02-26 10:00
How will I know if my application for unemployment is approved?
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# Shala 2013-09-05 22:42
I live in Tennessee but has worked in Kentucky for years. I am getting ready to graduate from college, and had to complete a full internship this semester which required me to volunteer 40 hours a week. Because of that my employer decided that they no longer needed my services. They did not fire me, they laid me off until school was completed. I was wondering if I qualify for unemployment? And where would I need to apply, Tennessee or Kentucky?
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