UPDATE: Extension of Unemployment Benefits

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In accordance with the 4 memos signed by President Trump on August 8, 2020, unemployment benefits have been extended. The new amount is $400 on top of your state benefits, down from $600 with the CARES Act unemployment funds that expired July 31, 2020

Basically, this new extension is mostly funded by the government and the rest is funded by the states. If the states choose not to renew the extra benefits then there will be no extra benefit extension in that state.

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