January 15th, 2004


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04:24 pm - on being down and out in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Called them and turned it down. The real kicker is that once I figure taxes and social security and such in, on the 20 hours that they anticipate me working, I'd be making less money than I do on unemployment. If they had me work less than 20 hours (a possibility, as 20 is what they claim is an average, but they acknowledge the person I'd be replacing only worked 16 hours last week), I'd be seriously screwed. Back to the drawing board... *sigh*

Thanx to thwomp and jeremiahblatz for their input...

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on being down and out in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - graffiti.maverick

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[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: January 15th, 2004 - 01:29 pm (Link)
I just got home, but I was going to tell you to turn it down. Before I came here, I was working part time for Score and Kaplan, and it was just enough to keep me from getting unemployment. And then one week I did get unemployment. A whopping $4. And they took it back in taxes. A few months later I got a letter saying the $4 was paid to me in error, and they wanted their $4 back. I wrote them a letter explaining that I was not giving back $4 that I had never receieved in the first place, and they could take it up with whoever took it. That pretty much settled that.

But you might look into food stamps.
 

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