Unemployment Benefits Guide

Assurances for the Future

Unemployment Benefits

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Our Resources

We’re determined to provide you with the resources you need! The Unemployment Benefits Guide is a directory of resources provided by state or federal governments and is in no way affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the federal government, any other governmental body or any private entity offering similar benefits.

Stimulus Payments

As part of the recent American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, you may be eligible for a stimulus payment! Payments are already being made via direct deposit and will include checks as well. If eligible, you should receive your payment in the same way you received your most recent tax refund.


To learn more, including if you are eligible, how you may be receiving your payment, and what amount it will be, you should visit the IRS directly.

You can also check the status of your payment at IRS.gov/GetMyPayment.


We have created a list of resources to help you during the Coronavirus crisis.

Health Insurance

We have some resources to help you below, or you can see a list government healthcare and medical assistance links

Disaster Relief

Disaster benefits become available any time the President declares a major disaster.
“Not only do unemployment benefits help families who are hurting; they also put money into their pockets that they’ll then spend – and their spending will keep other Americans in jobs.”

Robert Reich

Small Business Resources

Operating a small business is tough any time, but especially difficult now. If your business is open, there are resources to help you operate safely.

Student Loans

If you have a qualifying federal student loan, you do not have to pay it now! The CARES Act allows you to not pay your federal student loans until September, and they also won’t accrue interest during this time.


The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act is the largest economic relief bill ever passed in the United States, offering $2.2 trillion to support people and businesses.

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