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Is Any Income Other Than Earnings Deducted?

Yes. Under certain conditions, severance/separation pay, vacation pay, worker's compensation, private pensions, and social security pensions are deducted. Types of income that are not deducted from unemployment benefits include: supplemental unemployment benefits; national guard and armed services reserve pay for scheduled drills; interest; dividends; rents; and other income not from personal services. All income must be reported.

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