Unemployment Claims & 401(k) Withdrawals?

Answer Many employers offer employees 401k plans -- tax-deferred retirement savings accounts. In most cases, you cannot touch the money in your 401k until you reach the age of 59 and 6 months. However, if... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Unemployment Claims & 401(k) Withdrawals

Do I Have to Claim 401k Withdrawals on My Taxes?

You must report 401k plan withdrawals on your taxes. Traditional 401k plan withdrawals will be included in your taxable income. Qualified withdrawals from a Roth 401k plan must be reported but will... Read More »

Will a 401k Payment Affect My Unemployment Benefits?

Workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own are generally eligible to collect unemployment benefits. However, the rules for the unemployment insurance program are complex and vary from... Read More »

How many unemployment claims get overturned?

According to USA Today, in March 2009, approximately 5.8 million out of the 13.2 million unemployed people in the United States actively looking for work received unemployment benefit. This means m... Read More »

How many people file unemployment claims?

The latest available data from the U.S. Department of Labor shows that for the week ending June 26, 2010, 4,413,000 Americans are collecting unemployment benefits. In the week ending July 3, 2010, ... Read More »