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Unemployment claimants and employers can appeal a TWC decision using a new online appeal form. Visit the How to Appeal a Decision page for information about how to appeal a decision and your appeal submission options including the new online appeal form. You can check the status of your TWC appeal using TWC’s online Unemployment Benefits Services. Log on and select Appeals Status to find current information about your appeal.
Individuals who served in the military and recently left the service can apply for unemployment benefits using TWC’s online Unemployment Benefits Services. You should apply immediately after separating from the military. Make sure you have your DD214 (Member Copy 4 through 8 acceptable) when you apply.
Without Congressional action, Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) payments end on December 28, 2013 and no new EUC claims will be accepted.
If you are receiving unemployment benefits, you must report all benefits you receive to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on your federal tax return. In January, we begin mailing IRS Form 1099-G, which provides all the information you need to report your benefits, to individuals who received benefits during the prior calendar year.
Beginning January 10, 2014, you can find the amount of benefits we paid you and any federal taxes withheld on Unemployment Benefits Services (View IRS 1099-G Information) or by calling Tele-Serv at 800-558-8321 (select option 2). TWC staff does not have that information until January 10, 2014.
Last Verified: January 22, 2014
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