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The California Employment Development Department (EDD) determines your weekly benefit amount by dividing your earnings for the highest paid quarter of the base period by 26, up to a maximum of $450 per week.What is the maximum unemployment benefit in California?
The weekly maximum unemployment benefit available in California is $450, and California offers unemployment benefits for six months. Unless Congress approves a federal extension of unemployment benefits, the checks will stop coming after you exhaust your six-month fund.What is FUTA tax?
The Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) is a piece of legislation that imposes a payroll tax on any business with employees. The revenue it generates is allocated to state unemployment insurance agencies and used to fund unemployment benefits for people who are out of work.Does California offer extended unemployment?
If your California unemployment benefits have run out you may be eligible to receive extended unemployment benefits through one of the state or federal unemployment extension programs. This federal unemployment extension programs is called Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 2008 (Also known as EUC08).