Go To AARP.org Site For Help With Benefits For Unemployment

"Transition Assistance after Job Loss" is the name of a website created by the AARP(American Association of Retired Persons), dedicated to help anyone loosing a job.

If you qualify, it is your right to receive certain benefits. So, don't hesitate to explore these services. It's in your best interest to find out what help is available for you.

The site is divided into three sections: "How Is Your Health Insurance Protected if You Lose Your Job?" ( covering COBRA, HIPAA law provisions for medical coverage)," What If You're Permanently Disabled?" ( reviewing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)) and "Where Can You Get Help Finding Another Job?"(covering the career one-stops centers).

Customers could also find on the bottom of the page various Internet resources for coping with unemployment like: Benefits Check Up, Health Benefits Advisor, Career One-Stop Centers andFederal Disability Programs.

Questions about job loss are probably quite frequent today, so librarians can use the page as a reference when they explain unemployment benefits to customers.

Via: Librarian's Internet Index

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2 Responses to Go To AARP.org Site For Help With Benefits For Unemployment

  1. anonymous says:

    Jim Vickers writes:I lost my job Nov 5, 2008, and began drawing California unemployment for the first time in my life. I am actively seeking a new job. I turn 66 years old in Feb, 2009, but intend to work until I'm 70 or later if I can for financial reasons. However, I will begin receiving Social Security benefits in Feb and wonder what the implications for my unemployment benefits will be? Thanks for any assistance you can provide me.

  2. LibraryImportant says:

    Hi Mr. Vickers, Please take a look at the links below. I hope this will help. You can also visit your local library for more info. Thanks StanSocial Security<http://www.aarp.org/money/social_security/planning_for_soc_sec.html>Unemployment Benefits<http://www.aarp.org/money/work/articles/unemploymentbenefits.html>

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