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Use our Unemployment Insurance Benefits Earnings Verification system to respond to the Request for Earnings Information letter and Earnings Verification form.
TWC uses earnings information to determine whether a claimant's unemployment benefits were paid correctly. Ensuring that earnings are reported correctly helps both employers and claimants by reducing overpayments.
If the earnings amounts provided by the claimant and employer differ, the claimant's unemployment benefits may be adjusted. When verified earnings are lower than initially reported by the claimant, a benefits adjustment could result in a chargeback reduction, possibly leading to a reduced tax rate for the employer.
To log on, you need the claimant's Social Security number and an Access Key, provided on the Request for Earnings Information letter or Earnings Verification form.
In Internet Explorer version 8 or higher, the Content Advisor must be disabled to access TWC's Internet systems. If you try to logon but receive the message, "The system has logged you off. Please logon again to access the requested page.", then ensure that your browser’s Content Advisor is disabled. You can check the Content Advisor setting or change it by following these steps: On the browser, select Tools. Select Internet Options. Select Content. When the Content Advisor is disabled, the Enable button displays. When the Content Advisor is enabled, the Disable button displays. To change the setting, select the button that displays (Enable or Disable). If prompted, enter the password. Select OK to close the Internet Options window. Close the browser, reopen it and try to logon again.
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