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In the image, Wisconsin is listed as starting to make federal PUC payments on April 29, 2020, just behind Connecticut, which is listed as starting its payments three days earlier. At the top: Illinois, listed as starting April 6, 2020 -- more than three weeks before Wisconsin.What is the maximum unemployment benefit in Wisconsin?
The Wisconsin unemployment rate provides up to 26 weeks of unemployment insurance benefits with a maximum amount of $370 per week and a minimum amount of $54 per week. To find out specifically how much your benefit will be, the WDW has prepared a Weekly Benefit Rate Chart that shows the amount of high-quarter wages needed for each rate.How long can I claim unemployment benefits in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin provides unemployment benefits to workers who lose their jobs. Unemployed residents of the state can receive benefits for up to 86 weeks if they meet certain criteria during a period of high unemployment, but the basic state program provides unemployment insurance for up to 26 weeks.How much does unemployment pay in Wisconsin?
The Wisconsin unemployment department will contact you if you are eligible or if your benefits request has been denied. If you meet Wisconsin unemployment benefits eligibility, you are entitled to receive funds for up to 26 weeks. Wisconsin unemployment compensation can be anywhere between $54 and $370 per week.