UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS - WILL MISREPRESENTATION

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When a claimant files for benefits, be truthful and honest. Sometimes, they may be reluctant to let the Department of Labor know they were fired because the employer was unhappy with their work, thinking, in error, that they may be denied benefits. Penalties for willful misrepresentation may be applied even after the claimant achieves a reversal of a denial of benefits after appeal.

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