When a claimant files for unemployment, two claims are opened. The first claim is what we call a Monetary Claim. This claim deals with all financial aspects of the claim. The employer often only responds to these claims to protest their amount of liability or to request non-charging when appropriate. (Non-charging refers to requesting to have the employer’s tax accounts not receive any charges relating to a specific claim. This typically only applies to tax paying employers.)

The second claim is the Non-Monetary Claim. This claim determines only whether or not the claimant is eligible to collect unemployment benefits. The employer is typically very involved in these claims because they must respond to provide their information regarding the reason for separation.

It is important to review both claims to ensure that your organization pays the minimum in unemployment tax. For additional questions on controlling your organization’s tax rate contact Corporate Cost Control at (800) 207-6926.


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