Collecting Unemployment Benefits in Iowa

If you have worked and earned wages at least part-time in Iowa for work covered by #unemploymentinsurance during the last 18 months, and earned the minimum wages as set by Iowa law, you may be eligible for #unemployment insurance (UI) benefits in Iowa. Read the full article here:

Eligibility depends in large part on the reason you were separated from your last employer. If you are out of work through no fault of your own, you may be eligible.

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In this video we will discuss unemployment in Iowa, including: Am I Eligible for Iowa #UnemploymentBenefits?, “Good Cause” for Quitting, When Can I #CollectUnemployment in Iowa?, and How to Collect Unemployment in Iowa‍



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