January 21, 2021

Legislature works to reform Vermont unemployment

first_imgNow that Vermont has had to start borrowing federal money in order to pay unemployment checks, the Vermont Senate Economic Development committee is working to reform the state’s bankrupt unemployment fund. The committee is trying to strike a balance between the financial burden of the reform on employers and labor. The proposed plan would raise unemployment taxes for businesses over a three-year period, bringing it from the current base of $10,000 up to $18,000. Maximum weekly benefit checks for the unemployed would go down from $425 to $400, and there would also be more strict guidelines around who may qualify for benefits.(Source: WCAX)last_img read more

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£175m Morley retail buyout

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‘Justin Fohl Benefit Fundraiser’ Saturday

first_imgBrookville, In. — The “Justin Fohl Benefit Fundraiser” will be held Saturday, July 28 at the Brookville American Legion. The 23-year-old local resident was involved in a very serious accident the resulted in the amputation of his left leg.Sign up for the Cornhole tournament will be From noon to 1:30 p.m., play starts at 2. From 4 to 8 p.m. chicken dinners will be served and there will be raffles, live music and 50-50 drawings. Additional donations can be made to The Justin Fohl Benefit Fund c/o FCN Bank, Brookville, In.last_img read more

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