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In Florida, the weekly benefit amount is calculated by dividing your total earnings for the highest-paid quarter of the base period by 26, up to a current maximum of $275 per week. Benefits are received anywhere between 12 to 23 weeks, depending on Florida's current unemployment rate. The "base period" is the first four complete quarters beginning 18 months prior to the claim.
Link to the Florida Unemployment Employee resources is provided below.https://www.stateofflorida.com/articles/florida-unemployment/
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