The Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program provides a temporary partial wage replacement to Minnesota workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own.
If you’ve become unemployed or had your hours greatly reduced, you should:
What you need to do each week while requesting benefits. Explains how going to school affects your benefits.
What to do when you go back to work and later become unemployed again.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), Reemployment Assistance and Extended Benefits.
Benefit Overpayment, Auditing your Account, Unemployment Fraud
The reason for your employment separation could make you ineligible to receive benefits.
Tips for workers being furloughed.
Unemployment benefits are taxable income under both federal and Minnesota state law. 1099-G information.
Reports of Cell Phone Scam Aimed at Phishing Information from Unemployment Applicants