$600 FPUC has now expired

By UnemploymentPUA.com Staff, Sunday, July 26th, 2020

As of July 26th, 12:01 AM EST, The $600 FPUC has now expired. No extension or replacement has been signed into law yet at the time of the writing of this article.

The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), a provision in the CARES act, pays an additional $600 each week to those eligible for unemployment benefits, whether they are under regular unemployment or under PUA.

The extra $600 constituted a significant portion of most people's unemployment benefits, and without it claimants will receive only regular UI, experiencing a drastic decrease in the amount received each week.

UnemploymentPUA.com will keep monitoring the situation in Washington as negotiations go underway and we hope a new law will be put into place with appropriate support to the unemployed and their families as soon as possible, so that the lapse in funds can be as short as possible.

See also:

$600 ending - Frequently Asked Questions
Why a 70% Wage Replacement Bill Won't Cut It
Nancy Pelosi: "I go to the table with the commitment to the $600 dollars"
Find out when your last $600 FPUC payment is
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