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Old 01-17-2018, 08:52 PM
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Unemployment Insurance and LLC

Is it possible to collect unemployment insurance in California while running an LLC?

If so what is the maximum revenue or profit the LLC can produce while the member is collecting unemployment?

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Old 01-18-2018, 11:17 AM
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Is it possible to collect unemployment insurance in California while running an LLC? ======>in my opinion; you can ... but, you are required to report all income from the LLC. Further, you must report income in the week it is earned, even if it has not yet been received;p for more Accurate INFO YOU NEED TO Contact dept of labor Of CA

If so what is the maximum revenue or profit the LLC can produce while the member is collecting unemployment?=============>>please contact the dept of labor of CA for more info in detail



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Old 01-18-2018, 04:07 PM
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Is it possible to collect unemployment insurance in California while running an LLC? ======>in my opinion; you can ... but, you are required to report all income from the LLC. Further, you must report income in the week it is earned, even if it has not yet been received;p for more Accurate INFO YOU NEED TO Contact dept of labor Of CA

If so what is the maximum revenue or profit the LLC can produce while the member is collecting unemployment?=============>>please contact the dept of labor of CA for more info in detail
I have contacted the labor department with no luck. I get transferred to the EDD and eventually cut off saying there are too many people calling in.

Any other advice on how to get an answer on this one?



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Old 01-19-2018, 11:57 AM
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I have contacted the labor department with no luck. I get transferred to the EDD and eventually cut off saying there are too many people calling in.

Any other advice on how to get an answer on this one?
sorry since my home state is not CA;please kepp trying to contact the Employment Development Department (EDD) in CA.



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